A Journal for Students of The Cognitive Sciences
The Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Cognitive Science is an electronic and print journal published by the Cognitive Science Student Society at Simon Fraser University. Our aim is to provide a forum for students to share work among peers and gain valuable experience in the process of getting an academic paper published. As a publication, CUJCS provides a unique reference for students, showcases research by undergraduate students, improves the contact and exchange of ideas between Canadian students and cognitive scientists alike, and illustrates the interdisciplinary work that is the hallmark of cognitive science. Although preference is originally given to Canadian students, contributions from students elsewhere are strongly encouraged.
2022 Edition confirmed
After a brief break in 2021, the Canadian Undergraduate Journal of Cognitive Science is back and ready to publish the best in undergraduate cognitive science research. No matter if you are from Canada or abroad, an author or an artist, CUJCS is the right place.
A 2022 edition is in progress. We are currently accepting submissions. Please check out the past editions and take a look at our submission guidelines, requirements, timeline, and best practices.
More information is always being added. Please check back frequently or don’t be afraid to reach out.
A QUICK CUJCS OVERVIEW
Full AcaDemic Publishing
CUJCS is committed to being a high quality undergraduate journal, following the complete full stack of academic publishing from submission to review to final publication.
Help Every Step of THe Way
It can be a daunting process to get your work published in an academic journal. CUJCS is a learning experience for everyone and we’re ready to support everybody as best we can.
Not A Writer?
Not a Problem!
We believe there’s more than one way to explore cognitive science. That’s why CUJCS is proud to include art relating to the cognitive sciences as an additional way to experience these topics.
Kiezdeutsch: Perspectives on Language Ideologies and Variation in German Society
SImon Fraser University
Damasio Without Error: On uniting emotion and reason while separating the neural and the biochemical
Dating profile age analysis:
A supervised learning application
Arielle Friedman, Rushil Singh, and Ao Ao Feng
University of British Columbia