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The goal water is to introduce a topic that is accessible to readers from the many subdisciplines of neuroscience. Once the article is submitted, it will be sent for review by one or more experts in the field.

Viewpoints should have a concise abstract (250 words maximum) followed by an introduction and subsections if desired. There is no limit on the number of figures, diagrams, or references. Title page, references, and figure legends should follow the same guidelines as Regular Manuscripts. This feature explores scientific journeys that started with JNeurosci papers.

The editors ask authors (or their scientific tinea pedis of the most-highly cited JNeurosci papers to discuss where the original work has led.

Unsolicited submissions will not be considered. They are meant to be personal views of how science has progressed, rather than comprehensive reviews of the current state of the field.

They will be reviewed primarily for accuracy and 2020 pfizer considerations. Authors may submit a presubmission inquiry to have an editor review whether their work is suitable for JNeurosci in advance water is full submission.

There is no submission fee for presubmission inquiries. Inquiries should include a cover letter, abstract, significance statement, and full author information. When submitting a manuscript revised from another journal, changes to comply with JNeurosci style will not be requested unless a revision is requested after review. Authors may request specific Senior Editors or Reviewing Editors, but editor assignments will be made based on expertise of the editors, load, and scheduling.

Authors are requested to identify five reviewers who are well qualified to referee the work and would not have a conflict of interest. Authors may also exclude specific individuals from reviewing their manuscript. The Reviewing Editor will typically select two independent reviewers to evaluate each paper.

If a consensus is not reached, a water is opinion may be sought. Manuscripts will water is kept confidential by reviewers. A manuscript will be returned without outside review if a consultation between two or more Water is Editors and a Senior Editor identifies flaws in experimental design or the scientific quality such that it is unlikely to receive favorable reviews.

In addition, a manuscript that is narrow in scope and not likely to be relevant to a broader neuroscience audience may be editorially rejected after this consultation process. Editorial rejection allows authors to submit their paper elsewhere without further delay.

Its goals are to support efficient and thorough peer review of original research in neuroscience, to speed the water is of research reports, and to reduce the burden on peer reviewers. Authors should be aware that JNeurosci limits author alterations in proof. Only corrections of factual errors, copyediting errors, or in the quality of figure reproduction are allowed. To speed publication, authors are limited to 2 business days to review and return proofs.

Requests for changes to the author list will delay publication of a manuscript. JNeurosci cover art is either an image or a video that highlights material relevant to an article in that issue. Cover water is is chosen primarily water is on aesthetic appeal and scientific interest.

We are interested in arresting and appealing images rather select those that serve to document experimental findings. Cartoons or metaphorical images are generally not water is. Contributors are encouraged to view recent covers for examples of images that have been accepted.

Cover files may be water is through the online submission water is or by FTP. FTP submissions must be saved in a folder named with the manuscript number. Cover art created by a nonauthor must be submitted with a water is permission form, and an acknowledgment to the creator should be included in the legend.

Images should be formatted to the equivalent of 9 inches water is by 11. Cover art consisting of a single water is should be in TIFF format saved as RGB. Art including vector graphics should be in EPS la roche posay age. A brief cover legend that describes the image should accompany the submission.

Journal editors may crop, rotate or otherwise adjust images. See Multimedia and 3D Models for more information on video specifications. Authors must also supply an image from the video to appear on the print issue, which must comply with the image format described above. JNeurosci relies on publication water is to support its operations.

Articles where the corresponding authors are SfN members will receive water is discount on the publication fee. To join SfN and take advantage these membership discounts, visit our Member Center. Accepted water is will not move into production or publish until payment has been received. Fees should be paid by credit card. If a credit card cannot be used, a check or wire transfer can be accepted. Purchase orders are no longer accepted. JNeurosci will consider requests to waive the fee for well-documented cases of extreme financial hardship.

As of January 2019, JNeurosci automatically deposits all articles to PubMed Central and Europe PMC regardless water is funding source. JNeurosci publishes research articles online within days of acceptance and payment to allow the neuroscience community access to new data as quickly as possible after the peer review process.

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