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Brain Research(周刊),出版国家为荷兰。Brain Research杂志发表关于神经系统结构和功能的跨学科研究的论文、报告,这是国际社会神经科学家普遍感兴趣的。从期刊名称可以看出,其范围广泛,从细胞和分子研究到系统神经科学,认知和疾病。
本刊为:SCI期刊(2015-2016), SCIE期刊(2015-2016), 外文期刊,
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6、编辑部地址:the Brain Research Editorial Office, Elsevier, 525 B Street, Suite 1800, San Diego, CA 92101-4495, USA

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Guide for Authors

 

An international multidisciplinary journal devoted to fundamental research in the brain sciences.

 

Brain Research publishes papers reporting interdisciplinary investigations of nervous system structure and function that are of general interest to the international community of neuroscientists. As is evident from the journals name, its scope is broad, ranging from cellular and molecular studies through systems neuroscience, cognition and disease. Invited reviews are also published; suggestions for and inquiries about potential reviews are welcomed.

With the appearance of the final issue of the 2011 subscription, Vol. 67/1-2 (24 June 2011), Brain Research Reviews has ceased publication as a distinct journal separate from Brain Research. Review articles accepted for Brain Research are now published in that journal.

N.B. Review articles are by invitation only; inquiries and suggestions for reviews should be directed to the Brain Research Editorial Office (bres@elsevier.com).

In the journal's Table of Contents, published papers will be shown under one of the Section titles listed below. Authors will be given the opportunity to choose the most appropriate section upon manuscript submission.

SECTIONS

Cell Biology, Signaling and Synaptic Transmission

Studies investigating the cellular, molecular and genetic bases of structure, function and signaling (both intracellular and intercellular) in nervous systems.

Development, Degeneration and Regeneration, and Aging

Studies concerning neuronal and glial development and the formation of the nervous system, molecular and cellular aspects of degeneration and regeneration, and changes associated with the aging brain.

Systems Neuroscience and Behavior

Studies concerning structure and organization of neural circuits, sensory and motor systems, internal regulatory systems and the control of behaviors.

Cognition and Computation

Studies of the neural mechanisms of cognition and behavior in humans and animal models including basic behaviors and higher mental functions; as well as studies dealing with realistic simulation, analysis and prediction of the structure and functions of nervous systems and individual neuronal and glial elements within nervous systems.

Neurobiology of Disease

Studies whose primary focus is on clinically diseased nervous systems or disease models, including molecular, cellular, systems and behavioral approaches and analysis of therapeutic interventions.

Reviews

Invited reviews on all aspects of nervous system structure and function. The editors welcome suggestions for specific review topics.

 

TYPES OF PAPERS

 

1.Research Reports reporting results of original fundamental research in any branch of the brain sciences. Papers describing new methods or significant developments of recognised methods which provide significant insight into the structure or function of the nervous system, the pathophysiology of a disease, or its treatment may also be submitted. Articles should be written in sufficient detail to allow others to verify/replicate the described methods.

 

2. Reviews: Reviews are by invitation only. Inquiries and suggestions for reviews should be directed to the Brain Research Editorial Office (bres@elsevier.com).

 

Brain Research will also regularly publish thematic special issues highlighting important new developments in neuroscience research.

 

The Neuroscience Peer Review Consortium

 

Brain Research is a member of the Neuroscience Peer Review Consortium (NPRC). The NPRC has been formed to reduce the time expended and, in particular, the duplication of effort by, and associated burden on reviewers involved in the peer review of original neuroscience research papers. It is an alliance of neuroscience journals that have agreed to accept manuscript reviews from other Consortium journals. By reducing the number of times that a manuscript is reviewed, the Consortium will reduce the load on reviewers and Editors, and speed the publication of research results.

 

If a manuscript has been rejected by another journal in the Consortium, authors can submit the manuscript to Brain Research and indicate that the referees' reports from the first journal be made available to the Editors of Brain Research.

 

It is the authors' decision as to whether or not to indicate that a set of referee's reports should be forwarded from the first journal to Brain Research. If an author does not wish for this to happen, the manuscript can be submitted to Brain Research without reference to the previous submission. No information will be exchanged between journals except at the request of authors. However, if the original referees' reports suggested that the paper is of high quality, but not suitable for the first journal, then it will often be to an author's advantage to indicate that referees' reports should be made available.

 

Authors should revise the original submission in accordance with the first journal's set of referee reports, reformat the paper to Brain Research's specification and submit the paper to Brain Research with a covering letter describing the changes that have been made, and informing the Editors that the authors will ask for the referee's reports to be forwarded from the first Consortium journal. The authors then must contact the first journal, and ask that reviews be forwarded, indicating they have submitted to Brain Research, and providing the new manuscript ID number.

 

The Editors of Brain Research will use forwarded referees' reports at their discretion. The Editors may use the reports directly to make a decision, or they may request further reviews if they feel such are necessary.

 

Visit http://nprc.incf.org for a list of Consortium journals, as well as further information on the scheme.

 

Contact Details for submission

Submission of manuscripts to Brain Research is entirely online at http://ees.elsevier.com/bres. Queries about the submission or editorial processes may be directed to the Brain Research Editorial Office, Elsevier, 525 B Street, Suite 1800, San Diego, CA 92101-4495, USA; Fax: (1)-619-699.6850, Email: bres@elsevier.com

 

checklist

You can use this list to carry out a final check of your submission before you send it to the journal for review. Please check the relevant section in this Guide for Authors for more details.

 

Ensure that the following items are present:

 

One author has been designated as the corresponding author with contact details:

E-mail address

Full postal address

 

All necessary files have been uploaded:

Manuscript:

Include keywords

All figures (include relevant captions)

All tables (including titles, description, footnotes)

Ensure all figure and table citations in the text match the files provided

Indicate clearly if color should be used for any figures in print

Graphical Abstracts / Highlights files (where applicable)

Supplemental files (where applicable)

 

While submitting the revision, please include both marked and un-marked version of the manuscript. Also, please respond to all the queries raised by the reviewers via "Response to reviewers" document.

 

Further considerations

Manuscript has been 'spell checked' and 'grammar checked'

All references mentioned in the Reference List are cited in the text, and vice versa

Permission has been obtained for use of copyrighted material from other sources (including the Internet)

Relevant declarations of interest have been made

Journal policies detailed in this guide have been reviewed

Referee suggestions and contact details provided, based on journal requirements

 

编辑委员会

 

主编

Matthew J. LaVoie

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Cell Biology, Signaling and Synaptic Transmission

Section Head

Eric Klann

New York, New York, USA

编辑

Yi-Shuian Huang

Taipei, Taiwan

Erik Roberson

Birmingham, Alabama, USA

Cognition and Computational Neuroscience

Section Head

Matthew LaVoie

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

Editors

Maria Natasha Rajah

Verdun, Quebec, Canada

Susan Ravizza

East Lansing, Michigan, USA

Erich Schröger

Leipzig, Germany

Christina Williams

Durham, North Carolina, USA

Development and Aging

Section Head

Seth Blackshaw

Baltimore, Maryland, USA

Editors

Fen-Biao Gao

Worcester, Massachusetts, USA

Carina Hanashima

Kobe, Japan

Flora Vaccarino

New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Neurobiology of Disease

Section Head

J. Paul Taylor

Memphis, Tennessee, USA

Editors

Sandra Hewett

Syracuse, New York, USA

Anthony E. Kline

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

Seung-Jae Lee

Seoul, South Korea

Vanessa Morais

Lisbon, Portugal

Salvatore Oddo

Tempe, Arizona, USA

Systems Neuroscience and Behavior

Section Head

Gary Aston-Jones

Piscataway, New Jersey, USA

Editors

David Finn

Galway, Ireland

Stan Floresco

Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada

François Georges

Bordeaux, France

Jane Rebecca Taylor

New Haven, Connecticut, USA

Barry Waterhouse

Stratford, New Jersey, USA

Editorial Board

S. Ackerman

Bar Harbor, Maine, USA

C. Alain

Toronto, Ontario, Canada

K. Alho

Helsinki, Finland

C.J. Aoki

New York, New York, USA

L.H.M.C. Arckens

Leuven, Belgium

E.C. Azmitia

New York, New York, USA

F. Barceló

Palma de Mallorca, Spain

R.T. Bartus

San Diego, California, USA

R.J. Bodnar

Flushing, New York, USA

D. Boire

Quebec, Quebec, Canada

C. Borlongan

Tampa, Florida, USA

P. Chan

Beijing, China

J.D. Cohen

Princeton, New Jersey, USA

J.F. Cryan

Cork, Ireland

C.G. Cusick

New Orleans, Louisiana, USA

M. Dragunow

Auckland Mail Centre, Auckland, New Zealand

S. Einheber

New York, New York, USA

P. Emson

Babraham, Cambridge, UK

P. Gabbott

Milton Keynes, Bucks, UK

C.M. Gall

Irvine, California, USA

L-M. Garcia-Segura

Madrid, Spain

A. Gintzler

Brooklyn, New York, USA

U. Heinemann

Berlin, Germany

T.L. Hodgson

Exeter, UK

T. Hökfelt

Stockholm, Sweden

B.L. Jacobs

Princeton, New Jersey, USA

J. Kaiser

Frankfurt, Germany

L.A. Krubitzer

Davis, California, USA

J.C. LaManna

Cleveland, Ohio, USA

C. Lance-Jones

Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, USA

J.D. Levine

San Francisco, California, USA

E.H. Lo

Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA

G. Lubec

Vienna, Austria

C.L. Masters

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

J.F. McGinty

Charleston, South Carolina, USA

D. Morilak

San Antonio, Texas, USA

E.J. Mufson

Chicago, Illinois, USA

K.A. Nave

Göttingen, Germany

E.J. Nestler, MD, PhD

New York, New York, USA

R.L. Neve

Belmont, Massachusetts, USA

K. Noguchi

Hyogo, Japan

J. Oberdick

Columbus, Ohio, USA

K.C.H. Pang

East Orange, New Jersey, USA

G.W. Pasternak

New York, New York, USA

G. Perry, PhD

G. Perry, PhD

San Antonio, Texas, USA

P.M. Pilowsky

Sydney, New South Wales, Australia

J. Raber

Portland, Oregon, USA

M.G.P. Rosa

Clayton, Australia

A. Ryabinin

Portland, Oregon, USA

J. Rüsseler

Bamberg, Germany

K. Schilling

Bonn, Germany

C. Schmitz

Maastricht, Netherlands

R.S. Sloviter

Atlanta, Georgia, USA

D.A. Steindler

Boston, Massachusetts, USA

R.L. Stornetta

Charlottesville, Virginia, USA

M. Tohyama

Suita-Shi, Osaka, Japan

D. Trotti

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

L.L. Uphouse

Denton, Texas, USA

E.J. Van Bockstaele

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA

J.C. Vickers

Hobart, Tasmania, Australia

M.W. Vogel

Baltimore, Maryland, USA

V. Walsh, MD

London, England, UK

X. Wang

Charlestown, Massachusetts, USA

I.S. Zagon

Hershey, Pennsylvania, USA

X. Zhang

Shanghai, China

J. Zuo

Memphis, Tennessee, USA


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