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Addiction Neuroscience

  • ISSN: 2772-3925
Addiction Neuroscience focuses on neuroscience research to understand brain mechanisms underlying addiction behaviors. It aims to advance understanding of the actions of drugs of abuse and of addictive processes, including eating disorders. Papers are accepted in both animal and clinical experimentation. The content includes behavioral, molecular, genetic, biochemical, electrophysiological, neuroimaging, neuropharmacologic and general neurobiologic approaches to these questions. Thus, we aim to integrate new knowledge into addictive processes across a broad spectrum of neuroscience.
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Ageing Research Reviews

  • ISSN: 1568-1637
  • 5 Year impact factor: 14.5
  • Impact factor: 13.1
As the average human life expectancy has increased, so too has the impact of ageing and age-related disease on our society. Ageing research is now the focus of thousands of laboratories that include leaders in the areas of genetics, molecular and cellular biology, biochemistry, and behaviour. Ageing Research Reviews (ARR) covers the trends in this field. It is designed to fill a large void, namely, a source for critical reviews and viewpoints on emerging findings on mechanisms of ageing and age-related disease. Rapid advances in understanding of mechanisms that control cellular proliferation, differentiation and survival are leading to new insight into the regulation of ageing. From telomerase to stem cells to energy and oxyradical metabolism, this is an exciting new era in the multidisciplinary field of ageing research. The cellular and molecular underpinnings of manipulations that extend lifespan, such as caloric restriction, are being identified and novel approaches for preventing age-related diseases are being developed. ARR publishes articles on focussed topics selected from the broad field of ageing research, with an emphasis on cellular and molecular mechanisms of the aging process and age-related diseases such as cancer, cardiovascular disease, diabetes and neurodegenerative disorders. Applications of basic ageing research to lifespan extension and disease prevention are also covered in this journal.
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Aging and Health Research

  • ISSN: 2667-0321
Aims Aging and Health Research (AHR) is an international, peer-reviewed open access journal that publishes articles from a global research community. The aims of this journal is to establish an innovative forum of global aging and health research to advance knowledge in diverse disciplines, to promote early detection, diagnosis, treatment, and intervention of chronic diseases; to disseminate knowledge for optimal translation of research findings into policy and practical settings; to communicate new ideas, findings, perspectives, and research directions; to advocate public policies promoting aging and health in a global context. Scope Aging and Health Research (AHR) welcomes the submission of original and review articles, short communications and perspectives/commentaries. The topics of this journal are relevant to interdisciplinary investigations, integrative and translational articles, related to: diagnosis, treatment, etiology, risk factors, early detection, prognosis, clinical interventions, prevention, and new models of health services in aging related diseases and health status. An online-only journal, AHR is focused on pharmacology, nursing, epidemiology, public health, dentistry, behavior, neurology, psychiatry, gerontology, geriatrics, social work, global health, sociology, allied health, health services research, health economics, political science, and public policy.
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  • ISSN: 0741-8329
  • 5 Year impact factor: 2.3
  • Impact factor: 2.3
Alcohol is an international, peer-reviewed journal that is devoted to publishing multi-disciplinary biomedical research on all aspects of the actions or effects of alcohol on the nervous system or on other organ systems. Emphasis is given to studies into the causes and consequences of alcohol abuse and alcoholism, and biomedical aspects of diagnosis, etiology, treatment or prevention of alcohol-related health effects. Intended for both research scientists and practicing clinicians, the journal publishes original research on the neurobiological, neurobehavioral, and pathophysiological processes associated with alcohol drinking, alcohol abuse, alcohol-seeking behavior, tolerance, dependence, withdrawal, protracted abstinence, and relapse. In addition, the journal reports studies on the effects alcohol on brain mechanisms of neuroplasticity over the life span, biological factors associated with adolescent alcohol abuse, pharmacotherapeutic strategies in the treatment of alcoholism, biological and biochemical markers of alcohol abuse and alcoholism, pathological effects of uncontrolled drinking, biomedical and molecular factors in the effects on liver, immune system, and other organ systems, and biomedical aspects of fetal alcohol spectrum disorder including mechanisms of damage, diagnosis and early detection, treatment, and prevention. Articles are published from all levels of biomedical inquiry, including the following: molecular and cellular studies of alcohol's actions in vitro and in vivo; animal model studies of genetic, pharmacological, behavioral, developmental or pathophysiological aspects of alcohol; human studies of genetic, behavioral, cognitive, neuroimaging, or pathological aspects of alcohol drinking; clinical studies of diagnosis (including dual diagnosis), treatment, prevention, and epidemiology. The journal will publish 9 issues per year; the accepted abbreviation for Alcohol for bibliographic citation is Alcohol. Alcohol subscribes to the tenets of The Farmington Consensus. Submission of a paper to the journal will be taken as evidence that the authors have complied with the tenets set forth in the Consensus. All submitted material will be subject to peer review. Alcohol considers three types of manuscripts for publication: - Original research articles are full-length reports of the authors' original research addressing topics consistent with the Aims and Scope of the journal. Submissions outside the scope of the journal, or incomplete or fragmentary submissions, will not be considered. - Rapid communications are original, high-quality manuscripts that describe new data of high impact and major importance to the field. These contributions are typically short (e.g., 4 journal pages), and will be peer-reviewed by at least one expert in the field of the research and an Editor, and will be either accepted with minimal or no revisions or rejected. Publication of accepted rapid communications will be expedited. - Invited review articles will be considered for publication, upon invitation from the Editor-in-Chief, as full-length papers or mini-reviews. These contributions will be peer-reviewed. Contact the Editor-in-Chief concerning the suitability of a topic for an invited review.
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Annals of Anatomy

  • ISSN: 0940-9602
  • 5 Year impact factor: 2.3
  • Impact factor: 2.2
Annals of Anatomy publish peer reviewed original articles as well as brief review articles. The journal is open to original papers covering a link between anatomy and areas such as • molecular biology, • cell biology • reproductive biology • immunobiology • developmental biology, neurobiology • embryology as well as • neuroanatomy • neuroimmunology • clinical anatomy • comparative anatomy • modern imaging techniques • evolution, and especially also • aging Moreover, manuscripts dealing with all forms of anatomical teaching and new forms of curricula will be considered for publication. Priority will be given to experimental studies; merely descriptive studies will only be published if the Editors consider that they are of functional significance. For more than a century the Annals of Anatomy have been one of the most famous and widespread journals on morphology. The journal is the official journal of the Anatomische Gesellschaft (Anatomical Society).
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  • ISSN: 0195-6663
  • 5 Year impact factor: 5.1
  • Impact factor: 5.4
Appetite is an international research journal specializing in cultural, social, psychological, sensory and physiological influences on the selection and intake of foods and drinks. It covers normal and disordered eating and drinking and welcomes studies of both human and non-human animal behaviour toward food. Appetite publishes research reports, reviews and commentaries. Thematic special issues appear regularly. From time to time the journal carries abstracts from professional meetings. Submissions to Appetite are expected to be based primarily on observations directly related to the selection and intake of foods and drinks; papers that are primarily focused on topics such as nutrition or obesity will not be considered unless they specifically make a novel scientific contribution to the understanding of appetite in line with the journal's aims and scope. Research areas covered include: • Psychological, social, sensory and cultural influences on appetite • Cognitive and behavioural neuroscience of appetite • Clinical and pre-clinical studies of disordered appetite • Nutritional influences on appetite • Food attitudes and consumer behaviour towards food• Psychology and ethnography of dietary habits • History of food cultures Benefits to authors We also provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on Elsevier publications and much more. Please click here for more information on our author services . Please see our Guide for Authors for information on article submission. If you require any further information or help, please visit our Support Center
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Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics

  • ISSN: 0167-4943
  • 5 Year impact factor: 4
  • Impact factor: 4
An International Journal Integrating Experimental, Clinical and Social Studies on Aging Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics provides a medium for the publication of papers from the fields of experimental gerontology and clinical and social geriatrics. The principal aim of the journal is to facilitate the exchange of information between specialists in these three fields of gerontological research. Experimental papers dealing with the basic mechanisms of aging at molecular, cellular, tissue or organ levels will be published. Clinical papers will be accepted if they provide sufficiently new information or are of fundamental importance for the knowledge of human aging. Purely descriptive clinical papers will be accepted only if the results permit further interpretation. Papers dealing with anti-aging pharmacological preparations in humans are welcome. Papers on the social aspects of geriatrics will be accepted if they are of general interest regarding the epidemiology of aging and the efficiency and working methods of the social organizations for the health care of the elderly. Benefits to authors We also provide many author benefits, such as free PDFs, a liberal copyright policy, special discounts on Elsevier publications and much more. Please click here for more information on our author services. Please see our Guide for Authors for information on article submission. If you require any further information or help, please visit our Support Center
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Archives of Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Translation

  • ISSN: 2590-1095
The Archives of Rehabilitation Research and Clinical Translation is an official journal of the American Congress of Rehabilitation Medicine, an organization focused on improving lives through interdisciplinary rehabilitation research. Like its companion journal, the Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation, it publishes original, peer-reviewed research and systematic and other reviews covering important trends and developments in rehabilitation with the goal of advancing the health of persons with chronic diseases and disability. It will also consider exceptional case reports as well as rehabilitation-related images for publication. In addition, its goal is, through its open access nature, to expedite the transfer of quality rehabilitation research to all members of our field.
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Arthropod Structure & Development

  • ISSN: 1467-8039
  • 5 Year impact factor: 2
  • Impact factor: 2
The journal Arthropod Structure & Development publishes original research and review articles dealing with all levels of fossil and extant arthropod structure, morphology, and development in a comparative, functional, paleontological, phylogenetic, and evolutionary framework. Structures range from gene expression and ultrastructure to morphological body organization, including at the levels of cells, tissues, and organs. Developmental aspects comprise pattern formation, cell lineage, organogenesis, regeneration, embryology, and postembryonic development. Arthropod Structure & Development invites suggestions for special issues. Specifically, the following research areas are covered: • Exoskeleton, integument, musculature, and glands. • Sensory structures, central nervous systems, and neuroendocrine systems. • Circulatory, respiratory, visceral, and excretory organs. • Reproductive systems, organogenesis, and repair. • Embryology, pattern formation, and development. • Comparative morphology from the phylogenetic perspective. • Paleontology. A thorough and efficient peer-review system with the assistance of section editors and advisory board members of world-wide reputation will ensure that published papers conform to high scientific standards. Review articles and article series on relevant topics will be invited at regular intervals and will be subject to peer-review. Particular emphasis will be given to high quality line and half-tone illustrations. Exceptional colour plates will be printed free of charge. Supplementary 3-D and videos and other electronic addenda can be submitted with the manuscript and published on the journal's website after acceptance.
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Asian Journal of Psychiatry

  • ISSN: 1876-2018
  • 5 Year impact factor: 6.3
  • Impact factor: 9.5
The Asian Journal of Psychiatry is a general and comprehensive journal of psychiatry for psychiatrists, mental health clinicians, neurologists, physicians, students of mental health and those involved in mental health policy development. The journal aims to bridge a knowledge gap of the application and transfer of research findings and clinical practice through Asia to and from the rest of the world. It aims to focus on psychiatric research pertinent to Asia produced either within or from outside the continent. This may include preclinical, clinical, service system and policy development research relevant to psychiatry and will highlight the socio-cultural diversity of the region as it pertains to mental health. The Asian Journal of Psychiatry publishes peer reviewed original research articles; review articles; commentaries on significant articles; synopses of current research highlights from Asia; and letters to the editor. Submit your vital research today! Twitter: @PsychiatryAsian
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