Issue 3: Volume 18
The third issue of Volume 18 concludes another successful year for Brain Impairment with a growing number of submissions to the journal (68 to date this year). This has allowed us to start to build a bank of papers available online on FirstView awaiting allocation to an issue. Members are invited to check out some of these which will comprise a world class special issue on Quantitative Data Analysis guest edited by Robyn Tate and Michael Perdices to be published early in 2018. We would like to thank our guest editors, Editorial Board members and the many other reviewers who have contributed to the success of Brain Impairment in 2017. As always we are indebted to Jan Ewing and the Publications Committee for ongoing support in moving the journal forwards and to Margaret Eagers for her tireless management of all things administrative.
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Jennifer Fleming and Grahame Simpson
Douglas and Tate prize 2017
The inaugural Douglas Tate Prize was awarded to Dr Anna Emmanouel who was lead author in the article: Script generation and executive dysfunction in patients with anterior and posterior brain lesions. Anna was awarded a certificate and a cash prize donated by Cambridge University Press at the ASSBI Conference in Melbourne.
The Douglas and Tate Prize, named after the two founding Editors of Brain Impairment (Professors Jacinta Douglas and Robyn Tate), will be presented to the best research article of the year annually at the ASSBI Conference Awards Ceremony.
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