Brain Imaging and Behavior


Brain Imaging and Behavior

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Publisher: Springer New York

The journal Brain Imaging and Behavior publishes innovative,
clinically-relevant research using neuroimaging approaches to enhance
understanding of neural mechanisms underlying disorders of cognition, affect
and motivation, and their treatment or prevention.

Neuroimaging methods include structural and functional MRI, PET,
magnetoencephalography, EEG and event related potentials and optical
imaging. Coverage includes the use of brain imaging for identification of
at-risk populations, diagnosis and treatment planning, and for monitoring
the effects of behavioral, pharmacological and neurosurgical interventions.

The journal also presents studies bridging the higher cognitive and
molecular levels of analysis, for example, research relating genetic
polymorphisms and other biomarkers to brain structure, function or
treatment-induced changes.

Brain Imaging and Behavior provides a forum for discussion of discoveries,
advances, and controversies in the arena of functional brain imaging.

ISSN 1931-7557 (Print)
ISSN 1931-7565 (Online)

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Andrew J. Saykin
Indiana University School of Medicine
Indianapolis, IN

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Current Issue: Volume 2, Number 1 / March, 2008

Date: 28 April 2008

Original posting date: 
Monday, April 28, 2008
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