Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
- The submission file is in Microsoft Word document file format. The manuscript was prepared using the appropriate template provided at the Author Guidelines page.
- The manuscript has been formatted based on the guidelines provided at the Author Guidelines. This includes the format for manuscript preparation, tables, figures and references.
- A cover letter to editor highlighting the main findings/novelty of the manuscript as well as suggesting 3-5 potential reviewers (together with their full names, email addresses, field of specialisations and affiliations) for your manuscript has been prepared and ready for upload.
- The ICMJE conflicts of interest form has been filled and is ready to be submitted. Please download the form HERE if you have not done so.
A mini-review article is a concise review of current or updated knowledge or advancements in the related fields. This includes a systematic review.
Research Notes articles are short and concise original research to prove a hypothesis leading to a single or more observation. This type of article has a clear objective of the study, concise discussion and a clear conclusion. Case studies and studies reporting negative findings also fall within this category.
Technical Notes articles are short and concise technical report on a novel, an advancement or modifications of current technique(s) used in neuroscience research leading to better sensitivity, specificity or analytical outcomes.
Case Notes articles can be divided into any section or subsection. It should provide a concise and precise description of an interesting or unique clinical case with special emphasis on the case presentation, diagnosis, treatment and outcomes. The article shall end with a concluding remark indicating the relevance and uniqueness of the case that may serve as a reference for its kind by other practitioners.
Data Notes articles can be divided into any section or subsection. It should provide a concise and precise description of an interesting or unique research dataset or resources with special emphasis on the origin and relevance of the dataset/resources to facilitate research reproducibility.
The hypothetical paper involves a critical interpretation of current literature leading to a profound but untested specific hypothesis.
News and Views
Articles under News and Views section feature a review or an opinion on a currently published paper, book or organised events. These articles will be peer-reviewed by the members of editorial board.
Errata & Corrigenda
This section publishes errata (mistakes by the publisher) or corrigenda (mistakes by the authors) for published articles in the journal. The original submitting author will have to request for the changes via a cover letter to the editor by citing the previous submission ID. No abstract is needed for errata. Authors do not have to resubmit ICMJE conflicts of interest form for this section. Only cover letter to the editor is mandatory. Please submit the explanation of errors as the main manuscript.
Special Issue on "Integrated Neural Technologies: Solutions Beyond Tomorrow"
Submission: 25 August 2020 - 31 March 2021
Review, Revision, Acceptance: Before 30 June 2021
Please indicate the type of articles (see below) in your cover letter when submitting your manuscript under this special issue. Please refer to the description of the type of articles that would be considered by the journal:
- Mini-Review – concise review of current or updated knowledge or advancements in the related fields.
- Research or Technical Notes – short and concise technical report or single or more experiments leading to convincing observations to prove a hypothesis. This type of article must have a clear objective of the study, a concise discussion, and a clear conclusion. Studies reporting negative findings also fall within this category.
- Case Notes – short and concise description of a unique, unusual, or novel occurrence of a clinical case or presentation.
- Data Notes – a short and concise description of a research dataset or resources that highlight the origin and relevance of the dataset or resources to facilitate research reproducibility.
- Hypothetical Notes – hypothetical paper involves a critical interpretation of current literature leading to a profound but untested hypothesis.
- Views – articles featuring a review, commentary, or an opinion on a currently published paper or book.
- News – articles featuring a report on local or international neuroscience-related outreach or scientific programmes, obituaries of prominent neuroscientists as well as individual success stories.
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