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EJN publishes original research articles and reviews in the broad fields of molecular, cellular, systems, behavioral, and cognitive neurosciences. EJN aims to advance our understanding of the nervous system in health and disease, thereby improving the diagnosis and treatment of neuropsychiatric and neurodegenerative disorders.

Papers should present novel results that can be of interest to a broad spectrum of neuroscientists and that were generated by experiments guided by clearly defined aims or hypotheses. Highly specialized articles that provide only limited new insights into the organization and function of the nervous system, or describe results too specialized for a generalist neuroscience journal may be considered outside the scope of EJN.

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In addition, authors of review articles published in EJN can take advantage of the following:

  • A year’s free online subscription to EJN.
  • Free colour figures.
  • Regular updates on downloads and citations.
  • A free book to first-named author.

EJN is fully accessible to members of all national and monodisciplinary societies affiliated to FENS, and to the member of the Society for Neuroscience. See News web page for details.

 

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