Most Discussed Articles on Social Media
We use social media, including Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and PodBean, to promote articles published in the Journal of Neurophysiology. Others share these posts, and some articles are well-discussed on social media. Read our recent articles with the most social media discussion in the first half of 2016.
Most Read Papers Published (thus far) in 2016
It is easy to determine how often your article published in the Journal of Neurophysiology is being read. Just open your paper on the Journal website and click on the "Info" tab. This will show the access to the article.

Our most read articles published in 2016 are listed below.

# Reads by July 13
Synaptic and Network Consequences of Monosynaptic Nociceptive Inputs of Parabrachial Nucleus Origin in the Central Amygdala
Local and Global Contributions to Hemodynamic Activity in Mouse Cortex
Large-Scale Imaging of Cortical Dynamics during Sensory Perception and Behavior
VIP+ Interneurons Control Neocortical Activity Across Brain States
Effects of Aging on the Response of Single Neurons to Amplitude-Modulated Noise in Primary Auditory Cortex of Rhesus Macaque
Finding Interesting Articles Has Never Been Easier
Recently, authors have been asked to include a " New and Noteworthy" section with submissions.  This synopsis is added to the Table of Contents (TOC), allowing readers to quickly find articles of interest.   We also use this synopsis when generating social media.

Most articles in the July TOC have a "New and Noteworthy" entry. Remember that the TOC for an issue continues to expand during the month, as part of our Continuing Publication Initiative to deliver the final, copyedited version of a manuscript in 2-3 months of acceptance.

Meet the Editors: Monica Perez
Monica A. Perez is an Associate Professor of Neurological Surgery at The Miami Project to Cure Paralysis (University of Miami). Her research aims to understand mechanisms involved in the control of movement in healthy humans and in individuals with spinal cord injury. She uses this physiological information to design therapeutic strategies to restore motor function after injury. Monica contributes expertise to the Journal on motor control in the injured and uninjured nervous system.
Display Your Art on Our Cover
The artwork on our cover is chosen from author submissions.   Selected cover art is included in the print version of the Journal , on our website , and in our Cover Art Collection

Next time we accept one of your papers, consider sending us cover art to help memorialize your article. 
Calls for Papers

Submit Soon!  These Calls for Papers will close on January 1, 2017:
  • Spinal Control of Motor Outputs
  • Building Neural Circuits: Wiring and Experience
  • Biology of Neuroengineering Interfaces
Three New Calls will close on July 1, 2017:
  • Central Pattern Generators
  • The Mouse Visual System
  • Where Are You Going? The Neurobiology of Navigation
Submit your manuscript for these Calls soon, to ensure they are included in a virtual journal issue ("Collection") related to each Call.