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Human Brain Mapping(月刊),创刊于1993年,出版国家为美国。在人脑图像的跨学科和快速发展的领域发表同行评议的基础,临床,技术和理论研究。该杂志的特点是来自非侵入性脑成像模式的研究,用于探索支持人类行为的神经系统的空间和时间组织。感兴趣的成像方式包括正电子发射断层扫描,事件相关电位,电脑和脑磁图,磁共振成像和单光子发射断层扫描。鼓励正常人群和临床人群进行大脑测绘研究。







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Author Guidelines




Human Brain Mapping publishes peer-reviewed basic, clinical, technical, and theoretical research in the interdisciplinary and rapidly expanding field of Human Brain Mapping. Human Brain Mapping considers only papers of outstanding scientific quality reporting novel and impactful research results. For a more expanded description of the journal’s scope, visit the Overview section of the homepage.




Manuscripts for consideration by Human Brain Mapping must be submitted solely to this journal. They must not be in review in any other journal while in review at Human Brain Mapping and they may not have been previously published in another publication of any type, professional or lay. Any possible conflict of interest, financial or otherwise, related to the submitted work must be clearly indicated in the manuscript or in a cover letter accompanying the submission.


Research performed on human subjects must be accompanied by a statement of compliance with the Code of Ethics of the World Medical Association (Declaration of Helsinki) and the standards established by the author's Institutional Review Board (IRB) and granting agency. Informed consent statements, if applicable, should be included with the manuscript stating that the nature of the experimental procedures was explained to the subjects. When the data reported in a manuscript are made available for sharing, a statement that IRB approval and informed consent for such data sharing is also required. Photographs of recognizable subjects must be accompanied by signed consent of the subject of publication.


Experiments on animals should be carried out in accordance with the guidelines published in the US National Institutes of Health (NIH) Guide for the Care and Use of Laboratory Animals (8th Edition, 2011) and be accompanied by a statement of approval by the Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee.






Manuscripts must be in written in English. Authors for whom English is not a first language are encouraged to seek assistance, for example from a colleague who is a native English speaker, when preparing their manuscript. For professional assistance with manuscript preparation, visit wileyeditingservices.com.


Unusual abbreviations should be defined at their first mention in the text. For standard abbreviations, authors should refer to the Council of Scientific Editors (CSE) Scientific Style and Format: The CSE Manual for Authors, Editors and Publishers (8th edition, 2014, University of Chicago Press). For details, visit their website: www.scientificstyleandformat.org. The American Heritage Dictionary of the English Language, 4th edition (Houghton Mifflin Company, 2000) is the accepted source for spelling and capitalization. Authors should use generic drug names in the text; use of brand names is optional, but if included, these should be specified in parentheses after the generic name together with the name and location (city, state, and country) of the manufacturer.


Article Types


Research Articles. Results of neuroimaging research in cognitive neuroscience, neurology, psychiatry, development, aging, and brain effects of systemic disorders as sought, particularly those which utilize novel or complex image-acquisition methods (e.g., combining multiple imaging modalities) and analytic methods. Quantitative meta-analyses (e.g., activation likelihood estimation meta-analysis) should be submitted as Research Articles, rather than Review Articles. There are no restrictions on the number of pages or figures. Introduction, Materials and Methods, Results, Discussion, and Conclusion sections conforming to standard scientific reporting style are required (where appropriate, Results and Discussion may be combined).


Review Articles. Speculative and synthetic review articles on human neurophysiology and/or neuroanatomy and cognitive systems are usually invited, but submitted reviews will be considered. Proposals for Review Articles should be directed to the Editor-in-Chief, a Deputy Editor-in-Chief, or an Associate Editor, who will consult with the author before manuscript submission. Review Articles should provide a critical review and interpretation of the literature and current research directions in a given area. The text should flow smoothly, and subdivisions (e.g., Introduction, Methods, Results) within the manuscript are not necessary. There are no page limitations for Review Articles.


Technical Reports. These are reports highlighting emerging techniques, particularly those involving multiple imaging modalities and validation or description of novel algorithms.




Human Brain Mapping supports the use of ORCID, a persistent digital identifier system that supports automated linkages between an author and their professional activities.


Authors are encouraged to obtain and use an ORCID identifier (http://orcid.com) prior to manuscript submission. Authors are also encouraged to add their ORCID identifier to their ScholarOne profile, and to include this information in their manuscript.


Page Layout


Manuscripts should be prepared using standard software (e.g., Microsoft Word or similar). Please do not supply PDF files. Do not use desktop publishing software such as Aldus PageMaker or Quark XPress. If you prepared your manuscript with one of these programs, export the text to a word processing format. Please make sure the "fast save" feature of your word processing program is turned off. Please do not deliver files that contain hidden text: for example, if you are using EndNote, you must use the Remove Field Codes feature to delete the links and field codes.


The page settings should be as follows: wide (1-inch) margins, double-spaced throughout. Pages should be numbered consecutively and include the corresponding author's name on each page.


Manuscript Structure


Manuscripts should contain each of the following elements in sequence: 1) title page (with author names and affiliations) 2) abstract 3) main text 4) acknowledgments 5) references 6) figure legends. Start each subdivision on a new page.


Authors are strongly encouraged to consider the principles of Search Engine Optimization (SEO) when preparing their manuscript. In particular, the Title and Abstract should be written for SEO. For tips on SEO and more, visit www.wileyauthors.com, an enhanced suite of online tools for Wiley journal authors.


The text should be written in a uniform style, and the manuscript, as submitted for consideration, should be deemed final by the author and suitable for publication as follows:


TITLE PAGE. The title page should contain the complete title of the manuscript, full names and affiliations of all authors, institution(s) at which the work was performed, and name, address, telephone and telefacsimile numbers for the author(s) responsible for correspondence. Authors should also provide a short title of not more than 45 characters (including spaces), and five to ten keywords, not in the title but taken from Index Medicus, that will highlight the subject matter of the article.


ABSTRACT. Abstracts are required for all article types. Abstracts must be 250 words or less, and should be intelligible without reference to the text. Objectives, experimental design, principal observations, and conclusions should be succinctly summarized for research articles and techniques.


REFERENCES. References within the text should be cited by author and year of publication. When referring to a work with more than two authors, the name of the first author should be given, followed by et al. (e.g., Smith, 1991; Smith and Black, 1991; Smith et al. 1989a,b). If several papers by the same author are cited, list in chronological order. Citations in the reference list must be arranged alphabetically. The correct order for a single reference entry is author's name (or names), year of publication, complete title, abbreviated journal name, volume, and inclusive pages. Abbreviations for journals used in the reference list should conform to Index Medicus.






Manuscripts must be submitted online via the journal’s submission system, ScholarOne: http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/hbm. Manuscripts submitted to Human Brain Mapping are automatically screened for plagiarism using iThenticate (www.ithenticate.com).


Through their ScholarOne Author Centers, corresponding authors can view the status of their manuscripts as they progress through the review process. All authors receive email notifications at the time of initial submission and upon final decision.


Peer Review


Manuscripts submitted online are received on the day of submission and quickly assigned to the Editor-in-Chief or Deputy Editors-in-Chief, and then distributed among the Associate Editors based on expertise. All submissions to Human Brain Mapping are subject to stringent evaluation first by the Editors-in-Chief. Submissions are assessed, at this stage, to ensure they fall within the scope of the journal and meet its high requirement for novelty. If deemed suitable for peer review, the Associate Editor will send the manuscript to external reviewers with expertise in the topic and methods. This manuscript triage is essential to avoid undue burden on the peer-review system.


Review of Human Brain Mapping manuscripts is anonymous; reviewers are instructed not to disclose their identities either in the body of the review or otherwise. Decisions regarding manuscripts lie with the editors; reviewers are instructed to make statements regarding their recommendations on the decision only in the confidential comments to the editors and not in the body of the review.


To Submit a Manuscript Online:


Go to http://mc.manuscriptcentral.com/hbm


Click on the "Check for Existing Account" button on the opening page of the website (the bottom of the two buttons). If you do not already have an account, then create an account for yourself by clicking on the "Create an Account" button. You then will be able to submit and monitor the progress of your manuscripts.


Follow the instructions carefully. Submit the manuscript and all figures as individual text, table, and figure files.


At the end of a successful submission, a confirmation screen with a manuscript number will appear, and you and your coauthors will receive an e-mail confirming that the manuscript has been received by the journal. If this does not happen, please check your submission and/or contact the Editorial Office at hbm@wiley.com.


Referrals to Wiley Neuroscience Journals


Since considerably more manuscripts are received than can be published, a selection process has to be applied. All submissions to Human Brain Mapping are subject to stringent evaluation. Manuscripts not accepted for publication in Human Brain Mapping may be referred by the Editor to another journal from within the Wiley Transferable Peer Review Neuroscience Network.


Included in the Neuroscience Network is Brain and Behavior, Wiley’s open access neuroscience journal. Brain and Behavior publishes articles that report well-conducted research that enhances understanding of the brain and behavior. Brain and Behavior is an interdisciplinary journal, providing rapid publication of high-quality research across neurology, neuroscience, psychology and psychiatry. As an open-access journal article publication charges apply. For more information, visit the journal’s homepage: www.brain-behavior.com.


Further details about the Wiley Transferrable Peer Reviewprogram are available elsewhere.





德克萨斯大学健康科学中心 ,美国圣安东尼奥市的Peter T. Fox













James R. Booth




Allen R. Braun





Matt Brookes

Sir Peter Mansfield




诺丁汉大学Guinevere Eden




Martin A. Lindquist




Helen Mayberg






加州大学洛杉矶分校医学院,美国 JoséV


. Pardo










罗宾 通讯科学和紊乱

















Martijn van den Heuvel

脑中心Rudolf Magnus




Ysbrand D. van der Werf




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