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Discipline Neuroimaging, Functional neuroimaging
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Abbreviated title None
Publisher (country) Elsevier (Netherlands)
Publication history 1993 to present
<tr><th colspan="2" align="left" valign="top">ISSN</th><td colspan="4" align="left" valign="top">1053-8119</td></tr>

NeuroImage is a scientific journal in the neuroimaging field. It publishes neuroscientific as well as methodological papers, often about functional neuroimaging and functional human brain mapping. When Karl J. Friston took over as the present editor-in-chief the journal was divided into four sections: Anatomy and Physiology, Methods and Modelling, Systems Neuroscience and Cognitive Neuroscience.

It competes with Human Brain Mapping from Wiley. Both journals have an Thomson Scientific impact factor around 5.

Abstracts from the Annual Meeting of the Organization for Human Brain Mapping have been published as supplements to the journal.

Among the most cited articles in NeuroImage are descriptions of voxel-based morphometry[1][2] and functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) analysis.[3][4][5] In all of these four paper Karl Friston is among the authors.

Cost and accessibility Edit

As with others of Elsevier's journals NeuroImage is not an open access journal, and the copyright of the author is usually transferred to the publisher. In the past color figures in the printed version were free, but are now billed USD 250 per page. There are no additional publication charges (as of 2006).

Electronic versions of the articles are provided through Elsevier's ScienceDirect web-service. Abstracts are accessible without subscription while full articles are restricted to subscribers. Members of the The Organization for Human Brain Mapping are eligible for reduced subscription rates.

References Edit

  1. John Ashburner and Karl J. Friston (June 2000). Voxel-Based Morphometry—The Methods. NeuroImage 11 (6): 805–821.
  2. Catriona D. Good, Ingrid S. Johnsrude, John Ashburner, Richard N. A. Henson, Karl J. Friston and Richard S. J. Frackowiak (July 2001). A Voxel-Based Morphometric Study of Ageing in 465 Normal Adult Human Brains. NeuroImage 14 (1): 21–36.
  3. Karl J. Friston, Andrew P. Holmes, J-B. Poline, P. J. Grasby, S. C. R. Williams, Richard S. J. Frackowiak and R. Turner (March 1995). Analysis of fMRI Time-Series Revisited. NeuroImage 2 (1): 45–53.
  4. Keith J. Worsley and Karl J. Friston (September 1995). Analysis of fMRI Time-Series Revisited—Again 2 (3): 173–181.
  5. The number of citations is apparent from a search with Google Scholar (2007-12-07) [1].
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