Launched in 2014, SfN's open-access journal publishes high quality papers in all areas of neuroscience.
eNeuro is committed to providing a venue to advance neuroscience research by
- Offering a venue for the international community of neuroscientists to publish all rigorous research, including studies that found negative results or replication studies
- Ensuring the peer review system remains open, rapid, and fair
- Maintaining a fully open-access neuroscience journal that is experimenting with emerging publishing, peer review, and content concepts
- Changing the way science is evaluated and published and transforming the publishing landscape for the better
Recent eNeuro Articles
8/5: MVPA analysis of intertrial phase coherence of neuromagnetic responses to words reliably classifies multiple levels of language processing in the brain
Pairing machine learning with neuroimaging can determine whether a person heard a real or made up word based on their brain activity, according to a new study published in eNeuro.
8/5: New concerns for neurocognitive function during deep space exposures to chronic, low dose rate, neutron radiation
Exposure to chronic, low dose radiation — the conditions present in deep space — causes neural and behavioral impairments in mice, researchers report in eNeuro.
8/5: Right Structural and Functional Reorganization in 4-Year-Old Children with Perinatal Arterial Ischemic Stroke Predict Language Production
The right hemisphere of the brain can take over language functions when the left hemisphere is damaged early in development, according to research in four-year-old children published in eNeuro.
7/30: Encoding of the Intent to Drink Alcohol by the Prefrontal Cortex is blunted in Rats with a Family History of Excessive Drinking
Neural activity that reflects the intention to drink alcohol is observed in the prefrontal cortex and is blunted in rats with a family history of excessive drinking, according to research from eNeuro.
7/30: Context-dependent and -independent effects of D1 receptor antagonism in the basolateral and central amygdala during cocaine self-administration
Blocking dopamine receptors in different regions of the amygdala reduces drug seeking and taking behavior with varying longevity, according to research in rats published in eNeuro.
eNeuro in the News
8/6/19: A Mission to Mars Could Cause Learning Impairment and Anxiety, Study Says (CNN)
"On a long-term spaceflight mission to Mars, astronauts will be continuously exposed to low-dose radiation in deep space. A new study found that this exposure can cause impairments in the brains of mice."
8/6/19: Study Shows Left Brain–Right Brain Reconfiguration in Action (Psychology Today)
"The right cerebral hemisphere can "take over" language functions if the left hemisphere is damaged during early childhood development, according to a new study (François et al., 2019) by researchers from the University of Barcelona."
8/5/19: Deep Space Radiation Could Cause Learning and Memory Problems, Making Astronauts Unable to Deal With Unexpected Situations: Study (Newsweek)
"Sending humans to Mars could leave astronauts with neurological problems, according scientists who studied mice in conditions which they claimed replicate deep space."
8/5/19: Long-Term Radiation Exposure From Space Travel Harms Memory, Mood (Discover Magazine)
"There’s a major outstanding question lingering over the future of human spaceflight: Just how much radiation can the body handle?"
8/5/19: 'Unexpected Potential Problems' Predicted for Travelers to Mars and Beyond (Inverse)
"Humanity has big plans to go to the moon and beyond in the next two decades. But as our technology makes steady(ish) progress toward those massive goals, our bodies may present obstacles to long-distance space travel."