Special Issue Journal of Neuroscience Methods

Topic: Measuring behavior in neuroscience

Journal: Journal of Neuroscience Methods


 Guest Editors: Professor Gernot Riedel* (g.riedel <at> abdn.ac.uk,University of Aberdeen), Dr Andrew Spink (Noldus Information Technology BV)

Measuring Behavior has strong links with neuroscience research. The Journal of Neuroscience Methods welcomes papers for their special issue that describe new methods that are specifically for neuroscience research conducted in behavior in invertebrates, vertebrates or humans. Major methodological improvements or important refinements of established neuroscience methods are also considered for publication. Researchers developing methodological protocols in measuring behavior are invited to submit manuscripts to the Journal of Neuroscience Methods, describing original research articles, review or mini-review papers or short communications. Possible topics might include:

  • Developing behavioral tests of rodents or zebrafish
  • Behavioural phenotyping
  • Laboratory animal welfare
  • Translational models of disease
  • Behavior and physiology


You can access the previous special issues of JNM here