Wednesday, April 13, 2011

**FREE*STUFF** From Wiley: New Open Access Journals and Updated Articles

The good folks at Wiley sent out this announcement today:

Brain and Behavior is a new peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary journal, providing rapid publication of high-quality open access research across neurology, neuroscience, psychology and psychiatry. The journal gives priority to contributions that are sound research reports, that are accessible to a broad readership and that enhance understanding of the brain and behavior.
Open access: freely available on Wiley Online Library and PubMed Central
Authors retain copyright and articles are published under the Creative Commons Attribution Non Commercial License
Submit your next research article to Brain and Behavior.

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Other Featured Articles − Free access through May, via Wiley:

Allergy and risk of glioma: a meta-analysis
European Journal of Neurology

Current trends in stroke rehabilitation. A review with focus on brain plasticity
Acta Neurologica Scandinavica

Cluster headache - Acute and Prophylactic Therapy
Headache [Access more HERE including podcasts and virtual issues]

Antiplatelet therapy in secondary stroke prevention – state of the art
Journal of Cellular & Molecular Medicine

Neurotech Report

Memorial Symposium: Milestones in Neuropathology from Japan

Glioblastoma, Cancer Stem Cells and Hypoxia
Brain Pathology

Apolipoprotein E and central nervous system disorders: Reviews of clinical findings
Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences

Pathogenesis of CADASIL: Transgenic and knock-out mice to probe function and dysfunction of the mutated gene, Notch3, in the cerebrovasculature

Systemic low molecular weight drug delivery to pre-selected neuronal regions
EMBO Molecular Medicine

To live or to die: a matter of processing damaged DNA termini in neurons
EMBO Molecular Medicine

eLS is a comprehensive resource for students, lecturers and researchers with over 4,600 specially commissioned, peer-reviewed articles spanning the life sciences. Access content devoted to Neural tube defects: genetics and learn more here.

WIREs Cognitive Science addresses key topics from the perspectives of neuroscience, psychology, computational science, linguistics, philosophy, anthropology and biology, featuring Language and brain. Find out more HERE.

Higher Prevalence of Psychiatric Symptoms Found in Children with Epilepsy: Gender Plays Major Role in Development of Psychiatric Problems

A newly published report in Epilepsia, official journal of the International League Against Epilepsy, reveals that children with epilepsy are more likely to have psychiatric symptoms, with gender a determining factor in their development. Findings showed that girls had more emotional problems, while boys had more hyperactivity/inattention problems and issues regarding peer relationships.
Read full press release
Read full-text article

Evidence Aid: Resources for Japanese earthquake and tsunami
The earthquake off the coast of Japan on Friday, 11 March, and the subsequent tsunami have caused tremendous destruction. The Cochrane Collaboration's Evidence Aid resources are available through this website and The Cochrane Library. They provide information on healthcare interventions that are relevant to flooding and treating injuries. Furthermore, in partnership with Wiley-Blackwell, Evidence Aid has opened free, one-click access to the whole contents of The Cochrane Library to everyone in Japan.
To access the Evidence Aid resources CLICK HERE. Japanese version also available.

Special Journal Issues and News
Special Issue: Sleep substances, sleep architecture, and sleep sociology - Centennial anniversary of the first discovery of sleep substances

At the beginning of the 20th century, Kuniomi Ishimori of Japan and Henri Piéron of France independently found that a dog will fall asleep after receiving an intracerebral injection of a brain extract or cerebrospinal fluid from another dog kept without sleep for a long time, and predicted the presence of "sleep substances" that accumulated in the brain while the animal was awake.

On 24–27 October 2009, the Japanese Society of Sleep Research (JSSR) celebrated the centennial anniversary of Kuniomi Ishimori's landmark paper, "Sleep-inducing substance(s) demonstrated in the brain parenchyma of sleep-deprived animals − a true cause of sleep", at a joint congress in the City of Osaka.

Sleep professionals from around the world participated in the joint congress, and have kindly contributed their summaries of recent developments in sleep science to this special issue of Sleep and Biological Rhythms.
Read the special issue HERE.

Neurobiology Special Collection
From the mechanisms of addiction to the biological constraints underlying brain size and neuronal branching, with insights into Parkinson's and Alzheimer's on the way, this special collection covers an interesting range of papers from basic research through to biomedicine. Read these articles for free and leave a comment.

New to Wiley-Blackwell's Neurology Collection: Journal of Neuropsychology
Wiley-Blackwell is proud to publish the Journal of Neuropsychology on behalf of the British Psychological Society from 2011.  To read the latest issue, submit an article and much more, CLICK HERE.

Each year Wiley-Blackwell offers  free access to the January issue of each journal. View all neurology titles and 2011 sample issues on the Wiley Online Library.

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