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JNeurosci: The Journal of Neuroscience

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JNeurosci: The Journal of Neuroscience

As the official journal of the Society of Neuroscience, JNeurosci: The Journal of Neuroscience holds a special place of honor in the brain science community. Published weekly, the periodical manages to uphold an impressive standard of quality, exhibiting an impact factor of 6.344 (meaning the average article is cited about 6 times), and an impressively short turnaround between author submission and editorial feedback, making for increased relevance of published research. Recent articles have included examinations of the synaptic alterations, investigations into the minutia of the dorsal hippocampus, and an exposition on Goal-Directed Decision Making with Spiking Neurons. Readers who are not members of the Society, or part of a large library system with access to academic journals, will want to scout for the tags (red in the current issue, yellow in archived ones) that indicate which items are Free Access Articles. While the number of these featured articles changes each week, readers can rely on a hearty archive of freely available reading on groundbreaking neuroscience topics. This will be added to Healthcare Resources Subject Tracer™. This will be added to Research Resources Subject Tracer™ Information Blog. From The Scout Report, Copyright Internet Scout 1994-2016.

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