Since September 1, we have promoted recent
Journal of Neurophysiology articles through
58 Facebook posts,
70 tweets on Twitter, and three
PodCasts. Every article we publish is highlighted through social media, an increasingly important forum to reach other neuroscientists and the public.
We are introducing an optional Social Media Request Form to make it easier for authors to provide specific requests about the promotion of their article. A link to this new form will be present in every acceptance decision letter sent to authors.
Attending Neuroscience 2017 in Washington next month? If so, stop by the American Physiological Society booth
(booth 3322) to check-out the new online
Journal of Neurophysiology, which launches on December 1.
Editor-in-Chief will be at the booth on Sunday, November 12 and Monday, November 13 to answer your questions.
A special event with giveaways is on tap for 1-2 PM on Sunday, November 12. Mark your calendar!!
Our Collection of articles on the Neurobiology of
Decision Making has become a definitive source of information on the topic. The Collection includes 28 articles
(8 research papers and 5 reviews) on the neuronal mechanisms related to decision making.
APSselect is a collection of the very best original research papers published by the American Physiological Society. Thus far in 2017, 15
Journal of Neurophysiology articles have been highlighted through
APSselect. These articles are promoted by additional mechanisms as well, including press releases and social media postings.
Read our recent articles highlighed through the APSselect program: