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11 May, 2016
in FENS News
The European Journal of Neuroscience is pleased to announce a Special Issue entitled “Neurobiological and psychological modulators of multi-component behaviour”, which will be guest edited by Prof. Christian Beste and Dr. Ann-Kathrin Stock.
This Special Issue will accept submission of both original research papers and reviews. Contributions relating to human studies and studies in animal models are equally welcome. Modulators of interest may relate to (but are not limited to) the effects of alcohol and drugs, learning and plasticity, stress and emotion, and the effects of neurological and/or psychiatric diseases. Also of interest are the effects of inter-individual differences, such as the effects of specific genetic dispositions and personality traits. Techniques employed may include neurophysiology (EEG, ERP, neural oscillations, source localisation), functional and structural imaging, and behavioral pharmacology (lesion studies, electrophysiology and pharmacology).
Interested authors should submit their manuscripts through our ScholarOne Manuscripts site by 1 August 2016.
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