July 2018 Newsletter
In this issue:
  • 2017 Journal Statistics
  • More Flexibility for Supplemental Files
  • Most Cited Articles in 2017
  • Most Discussed Articles
  • Highlighted Collection—50 Years of Microneurography: Insights into Neural Mechanisms in Humans
  • Calls for Papers
  • Reader Survey
2017 Journal Statistics
Clarivate Analytics just released their 2017 Journal Citation Report. The report contains a number of metrics regarding journal performance. Amongst the metrics are the journal’s  Eigenfactor score, one of the most authoritative ratings of a journal’s importance. 

Journal of Neurophysiology ranked in the top 3% of physiology journals and the top 10% of neuroscience journals in 2017.
More Flexibility for Supplemental Files

Increased flexibility in the submission of supplemental files is now permitted. Authors can include as supplementary material up to 10 figures and tables, along with video and audio files. These materials must be included when the paper is submitted.
Most Cited Papers in 2017
The 2017 Journal Citation Report includes a listing of the most cited papers from the previous two years in 2017.


Below is a listing of our papers from 2015 and 2016 that were cited the most in 2017.








Most Discussed Articles in June
The online discussion of all of our articles is tracked via Altmetric, and detailed information about links to articles on social media pages are provided on the Journal's website.



Highlighted Collection—50 Years of Microneurography: Insights into Neural Mechanisms in Humans
Our Collection of Articles " 50 Years of Microneurography: Insights into Neural Mechanisms in Humans" is a definitive source of information on the topic, including papers by leaders in the field.
This collection contains the following review articles that provide valuable synthesis of information for the field:





Current Calls for Manuscripts
Reader Survey
Managed by a dedicated staff, Journal of Neurophysiology provides personalized service to authors, and constantly implements changes that benefit the neuroscience community. Please complete our survey to help us improve.