Human Brain Mapping

Cover image for Vol. 37 Issue 2

Edited By: Peter T. Fox, Jack L. Lancaster, and Gary Egan

Impact Factor: 5.969

ISI Journal Citation Reports © Ranking: 2014: 2/14 (Neuroimaging); 5/125 (Radiology Nuclear Medicine & Medical Imaging); 27/252 (Neurosciences)

Online ISSN: 1097-0193

Overview


Advantages of Publishing in Human Brain Mapping

Reaching a Targeted Audience of Researchers Devoted to Functional Neuroanatomy and Neuroimaging. Human Brain Mapping’s readership consists of neuroscientists, neurologists, neuroradiologists, and neurosurgeons looking for basic, clinical, technical and theoretical research in the interdisciplinary and rapidly expanding field of human brain mapping.

Securing Rapid Online Publication through EarlyView® . Your article will be posted online as soon as it is ready, before the release of the compiled print issue.

Accessing a State-of-the-Art Submission System. Human Brain Mapping offers online manuscript submission and peer-review via Manuscript Central™, a user-friendly system making manuscript submission and tracking quick, easy, and safe.

Attaining High Visibility. Human Brain Mapping is available online through Wiley Online Library®, Wiley’s Internet publishing platform. Wiley Online Library® has more than 29 million user sessions per year.

Joining into an Intellectual Partnership with Wiley. Publishing at Wiley is truly a collaborative process. We value the long-term relationships we have with our authors and we are committed to maintaining the standard of excellence that has been essential to Wiley's success for nearly two centuries.


Aims and Scope


Scope

Human Brain Mapping publishes peer-reviewed basic, clinical, technical, and theoretical research in the interdisciplinary and rapidly expanding field of human brain mapping. The journal features research derived from non-invasive brain imaging modalities used to explore the spatial and temporal organization of the neural systems supporting human behavior. Imaging modalities of interest include positron emission tomography, event-related potentials, electro-and magnetoencephalography, magnetic resonance imaging, and single-photon emission tomography. Brain mapping research in both normal and clinical populations is encouraged.

Article formats include Research Articles, Review Articles, Clinical Case Studies, and Technique, as well as Technological Developments, Theoretical Articles, and Synthetic Reviews. Technical advances, such as novel brain imaging methods, analyses for detecting or localizing neural activity, synergistic uses of multiple imaging modalities, and strategies for the design of behavioral paradigms and neural-systems modeling are of particular interest. The journal endorses the propagation of methodological standards and encourages database development in the field of human brain mapping.


Readership


Neuroscientists · neurologists · neuroradiologists · neurosurgeons


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