|The Journal of Behavioral and
Neuroscience Research is a peer reviewed journal
designed as an outlet for research in Psychology and Neuroscience.
Articles from any discipline within Psychology or Neuroscience are
welcome, however, priority will be given to those studies which employ
both behavioral and neuroscience techniques/assessments in the examination of a particular issue. The
interdisciplinary scope of JBNR includes, but is not limited to, research in
Behavioral Neuroscience, Psychoneuroimmunology,
Communication Disorders, Health Psychology, Behavioral Endocrinology, Developmental
Biopsychology, Psychophysiology, Neural Imaging, Comparative Psychology,
Behavioral Genetics, Psychopharmacology, and Neuropsychology. Studies of humans, non-human animals, and invertebrate species
are all accepted, however the contribution/relevance to our understanding
of human behavior should be addressed in all manuscripts.
JBNR is committed to promoting the distribution of important scholarly work at all levels. In addition to submissions from faculty/researchers, students at the undergraduate and graduate level are encouraged to submit their work, whether it be the product of coursework, a student thesis, an independent study, or a directed research project. Student submissions may be particularly appropriate for the Brief Reports section of JBNR, but are certainly not restricted to this article type. Students are strongly encouraged to seek out assistance from a faculty/research sponsor, supervisor, or advisor and should consider including this individual as a co-author on manuscripts in which a student is first author.
founded in 2003 and is
published biannually (March and October) at The College of Saint Rose in Albany, NY
and in affiliation with the North East Under/graduate Research
Organization for Neuroscience. This web cite
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