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About the journal
Journal of Illusion (JOI) is an open-access journal that aims at gathering resources to promote the study of illusion. JOI defines an illusion as the perception of an object or phenomenon that is considered to be inconsistent with individual’s or group’s prior knowledge, recognition, or belief as to what the object or phenomenon should be in perception, cognition, and/or physics. Therefore, JOI focuses on perceptual illusions, cognitive illusions (e.g. magic or misunderstanding) or physical illusions (e.g. mirage or the Doppler effect). For perceptual illusions, not only visual illusions but also illusions at various sensory modalities are welcome. Trompe l’oeil as well as illusion artworks are also welcome. Learn more >>
Why publish with Journal of Illusion?
Open Access – Journal of Illusion is free from all access barriers, allowing for the widest possible dissemination of your work.
Retain copyright – you are free to disseminate your work, make unlimited copies, and deposit it in any repository.
Personal service – Journal of Illusion is published in partnership with Open Academia, a Publishing Partner dedicated to giving you excellent service.
Self-archiving – you can deposit any version of your manuscript in any required repository or archive, or post it to your personal or institutional website.
Post-publication statistics – metrics shown with each article make it easy to check how often your paper is being downloaded via the JOI website.
Add supplementary material – you can make data sets, protocols, very large illustrations, videos, questionnaires etc. available to readers alongside your article, free of charge.