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Alcohol and Alcoholism(研究方向:药物滥用) (官网投稿)

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Alcohol and Alcoholism(双月刊),创刊于1983年,出版国家为英国。杂志发表有关酗酒和酒精研究的生物医学,心理学和社会学方面的文章。
本刊为:SCI期刊(2015-2016), SCIE期刊(2015-2016), 外文期刊,
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Instructions for authors

 

Aims and scope

 

Alcohol and Alcoholism publishes papers in English on biomedical, psychological and sociological aspects of alcoholism and alcohol research, provided that they make a new and significant contribution to knowledge in the field and areas thereof concerned. Papers may include new results obtained experimentally, descriptions of new experimental (including clinical) methods of importance to the field of alcohol research and treatment, or new interpretations of existing results. Theoretical contributions will be considered equally with papers dealing with experimental work provided that they are not of a largely speculative or philosophical nature.

 

Submission of manuscripts

 

For information and instructions on manuscript submission please check here. All submissions must be prepared in accordance with the following Instructions to Authors.

 

Instructions to authors

 

Editors, Advisors and Independent Referees

 

Normally a paper is read by the handling Editor and two or more persons, who may be Editorial Advisors, independent referees or both. The main task of the advisors and referees is to make recommendations on the acceptability of a paper. If rejection of a paper is recommended, or if there is any serious disagreement between those who have read the paper, the final decision is made by the Editor or Editors. Normally each paper is handled throughout by an Editor who will, if the paper is acceptable, make amendments and will request revision or shortening. Once the Editor(s) is satisfied, the paper is then prepared for press by an in-house sub-editor. In this final process, attention is paid to grammar and the detailed conventions of the Journal.

 

Submission of papers

 

The Chief Editors may decide to make a repaid refusal if a submission does not meet minimum criteria of scientific rigour, and relevance and interest to the Journal's readers. Submission of a paper implies that it has been approved by all the named authors, and that it reports unpublished work, that it is not under consideration for publication in whole or in part elsewhere, and that if accepted by Alcohol and Alcoholism it will not be published elsewhere in the same form, either in English or in any other language, without the consent of the Editors.

 

Papers that are scientifically acceptable but need revision because they are not clear and concise or do not conform sufficiently to the conventions of Alcohol and Alcoholism will be returned to the authors for amendment.

 

Conflicts of Interest

 

At the point of submission, Alcohol and Alcoholism's policy requires that each author reveal any financial interests or connections, direct or indirect, or other situations that might raise the question of bias in the work reported or the conclusions, implications, or opinions stated - including pertinent commercial or other sources of funding for the individual author(s) or for the associated department(s) or organization(s), personal relationships, or direct academic competition. When considering whether you should declare a conflicting interest or connection please consider the conflict of interest test: Is there any arrangement that would embarrass you or any of your co-authors if it was to emerge after publication and you had not declared it?

 

As an integral part of the online submission process, Corresponding authors are required to confirm whether they or their co-authors have any conflicts of interest to declare, and to provide details of these. If the Corresponding author is unable to confirm this information on behalf of all co-authors, the authors in question will then be required to submit a completed Conflict of Interest form to the Editorial Office. It is the Corresponding author’s responsibility to ensure that all authors adhere to this policy.

 

If the manuscript is published, Conflict of Interest information will be communicated in a statement in the published paper.

 

Reprints and permissions

 

All communications about reprints should be addressed to the Publisher: Oxford University Press, Great Clarendon Street, Oxford OX2 6DP, UK. Authors will receive a URL linking them to a press ready PDF version of their published work, free of charge. Additional printed copies can be purchased by using the Oxford Journals Author Services site. Requests for consent for reproduction of material from the Journal should be addressed to the Publisher.

 

Quotations of personal communications

 

When such a quotation is made the authors should provide written evidence of permission from the person(s) concerned to be quoted. Such reference to personal communications should be made only in the text, not in the list of references.

 

Consent for publication

 

When a typescript is submitted please send a letter to the Chief Editor signed by all the authors giving consent for publication in the Journal including the following statement: 'This paper has not been, nor will be, published in whole or in part by any other journal'. The senior author may, for reasons of convenience, submit a written and signed authorization by another co-author(s) for him(her) to sign on his(her) behalf, if such a co-author(s) is likely to be absent during the week of submission. In submitting illustrations or photographs, only one original is required, four photocopies should be enclosed with the four copies of the paper. The original manuscript and figures will be discarded one month after publication unless the Publisher is requested to return original material to the author(s).

 

Title page

 

The title of the paper should be given in full, together with the name(s) of the author(s), address(es) of the Laboratory or Unit(s) or Department(s) in which the work was performed, the address, telephone, fax and e-mail numbers of the author to whom correspondence concerning the handling of the paper should be sent. A running title for the paper (55 characters or less including spaces) and a list of no more than six key words should also be provided. A copy of the journal should be consulted for the journal style.

 

Abstract

 

The Abstract must include a summary of the work done and the conclusions reached. It must not include any introductory material nor description of methods used or statistical comparisons of results. The Abstract should be structured into the following sections: Aims, Methods, Results and Conclusions.  Details on abstract word count are provided below.

 

Short Summary

 

This additional summary (max 50 words) provides the key findings of the manuscript.  If the paper is accepted for publication, this short summary will be displayed on the Table of Contents emails and the website.

 

Style of papers

 

Typing should be on one side of white paper of uniform size, no smaller than quarto, double-spaced and with wide margins on either side of the typed text.

 

Spelling should conform to that of the Oxford English Dictionary. Full stops are not allowed in contractions or abbreviations; ATP,11 g/dl, etc.

 

Language Editing

 

Particularly if English is not your first language, before submitting your manuscript you may wish to have it edited for language. This is not a mandatory step, but may help to ensure that the academic content of your paper is fully understood by journal editors and reviewers. Language editing does not guarantee that your manuscript will be accepted for publication. There are other specialist language editing companies that offer similar services and you can also use any of these. Authors are liable for all costs associated with such services.

 

Tables

 

Each Table should be typed on a separate sheet and should be supplied with a heading and an explanatory legend. The heading and legend should make the general meaning comprehensible without reference to the text. The heading, which should precede the Table details, must be short but informative, and must not include any details of any kind. Conditions specific to the particular experiment should be stated in the legend, which should be placed at the bottom of the Table. Reference to the text for general experimental methods is permissible provided that there is no ambiguity. Footnotes should be as few as possible. The units in which the results are expressed, e.g. g/dl, should be given at the top of each column, and not repeated on each line of the Table. Words or numerals should be repeated on successive lines; 'ditto' or '' are not to be used. The approximate positions of the Tables should be indicated in the text.

 

Illustrations

 

nb: Please ensure that all figures supplied, colour or otherwise, are of a suitable quality - 300dpi should be the minimum resolution.

 

Each illustration should be submitted electronically; each should bear the author's name, the title (abbreviated if necessary) of the paper and the Figure number. All photographs, diagrams and charts (both line and half-tone) should be referred to as Figures, given Arabic numerals numbered consecutively in the order in which they are referred to in the text. The approximate position of each Figure in the text should be indicated in the text.

 

Figure legends must be typed on a separate sheet at the end of the paper. Each Figure should be supplied with a heading and legend, which should make the general meaning comprehensible without reference to the text. The heading must be short but informative and must not contain any details of any kind nor be merged with the legend. The legend should then be started on a separate line and should include details specific to the particular experiment. Reference to the text for general experimental details is permissible provided that there is no ambiguity.

 

Figures should be provided as jpg or tif files (publication quality min 300 d.p.i. at final print size).

 

Reproduction of half-tone illustrations (photographs)

 

The magnification, if any, is to be indicated; this is best done by adding a bar representing a stated length. The Editors will accept plates for publication only (a) when they make a significantly important scientific or clinical contribution to the paper, and (b) when the photographs supplied are of a quality that justifies publication in this form. Illustrations are usually reproduced in black and white. Authors wishing to submit colour illustrations will be asked to contribute towards the costs (350 GBP/600 USD per page)

 

Footnotes

 

These should be avoided as far as possible. When they must be used, as in Tables, reference should be made by the symbols *, **, ***, †, ††, †††, in that order.

 

Acknowledgements

 

These must be as short as possible.

 

It is the corresponding author’s responsibility to assure that individuals acknowledged in the manuscript are aware and agreed to have their name in the manuscript.

 

A detailed conflict of interest statement must also be included in this section of the manuscript, as detailed next.

 

Conflict of Interest

 

This journal takes a serious view on various ethical issues related to publishing in this field. As well as familiarizing themselves with guidelines relating to these issues at the ISAJE website and elsewhere, authors should also pay special attention to issues related to 'conflict of interest' before submission of their work to this journal.

 

Authors should each declare to the Chief Editors any interests which could constitute a real, potential or apparent conflict of interest with respect to his/her involvement in the publication, between: (1) commercial entities and the participant personally; (2) commercial entities and the administrative unit with which the participant has an employment relationship. 'Commercial entity' refers to any company, business, industry, association (e.g. trade association), organization, or other unit with commercial interest.

 

Authors must declare to the Chief Editors any significant financial or other relations (e.g. directorship, consultancy or speaker fee) of him(her)self with companies, trade associations, unions or groups (including civic associations and public interest groups) that may gain or lose financially from the results or conclusions in the study, review, commentary, editorial or Letter to the Editors.

 

All sources of funding for the study, review or other items should be declared in the typescript. Funding sources should be described in a way that allows the average reader to recognize any potential conflicts of interest.

 

编委会

 

总编辑

 

Jonathan D. Chick

May View 教授

北部Berwick Canty Bay

EH39 5PJ

UK

 

电邮:  jonathan.chick@gmail.com

电话:+4401620 892905

 

教授Philippe De Witte 卢浮宫大学

生物学博物馆, Croix de Sud1-L7.04.031348 Louvain-la-Neuve 比利时

 

 

 

 

电邮:  dewitte@uclouvain.be

电话:+32 10 47 43 84

传真:+32 10 47 40 94

 

教授Lorenzo Leggio

BethesdaMD

20814

USA

 

电邮:  lorenzoleggio@gmail.com

电话:+1 301 530 3623

 

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