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Submissions now being accepted for new behavioral sciences section in JoVE
Date:4/2/2013

JoVE (Journal of Visualized Experiments), the revolutionary scientific journal that pairs peer-reviewed scholarly text with high quality videos, is proud to announce that submissions are now open for JoVE Behavior, a new section of the journal. This new section will enable scientists studying behavior to publish cutting edge methodologies and innovations in a video format, bringing this scientific field to new levels of productivity, reproducibility and transparency.

JoVE Behavior will launch in June and will include observational and experimental techniques that seek to rationalize human and animal behavior as well as implicated brain regions, physiological changes, and underlying genetic causes. This new section is expected to include articles such as "How to Detect Amygdala Activity with Magnetoencephalography using Source Imaging" and "Using Chronic Social Stress to Model Postpartum Depression in Lactating Rodents."

Deputy Editorial Director of the Life Sciences Allison Diamond says, "We're excited to open submissions for JoVE Behavior and to provide a platform to publish behavior research techniques involving human and animal subjects. JoVE articles are uniquely suited for publication of behavioral protocols because our video-articles can demonstrate subtle complexities not easily expressed in a text format."


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Contact: Rachel Greene
press@jove.com
617-250-8451
The Journal of Visualized Experiments
Source:Eurekalert

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