Journal of neuroscience Abbreviation (ISO4)

Journal of neuroscience (ISO4) Standard Journal Abbreviation

J. Neurosci. (J Neurosci)

Journal of neuroscience - Abbreviation - Journals usually have long names, such as (Journal of neuroscience). It is hard to list them in databases with such long names so they’re usually shortened to aid in storing data. These shortened names are known as journal abbreviations. Journal abbreviations are shortened from the Journal title. An example of a Journal of neuroscience abbreviation is J. Neurosci. (J Neurosci).

The use of standardized abbreviations is important to get correct and corroborated scientific and technical citations.

Abbreviation of Journal of neuroscience

The official abbreviation of the Journal of neuroscience is J. Neurosci. it is a standardized way to abstract, index, and reference a particular journal according to ISO 4. For example, if you’re looking for a scientific journal that particularly publishes research related to Neuroscience in / then you can gather the required information from Journal of neuroscience.

This abbreviation of the title meets all the criteria issued by ISO4 for choosing journal title abbreviations.

The official abbreviation of the Journal of neuroscience is J. Neurosci.

Journal of neuroscience - Abbreviation Details

Journal Name Journal of neuroscience
Journal Abbreviation J. Neurosci. (J Neurosci)
Journal Print 0270-6474 (02706474)
Journal Online 1529-2401 (15292401)
Impact Factor Journal of neuroscience Impact Factor
CiteScore Journal of neuroscience CiteScore
Acceptance Rate Journal of neuroscience Acceptance Rate
SCImago Journal Rank Journal of neuroscience SJR (SCImago Journal Rank)


List of Title Word Abbreviations or LTWA is standard abbreviations for words commonly found in serial titles. LTWA includes has more than 56,000 words and their abbreviations in about 65 languages, it is a vast database. These abbreviated words serve as the basis for constituting “abbreviated key titles” published in the ISSN Register. So might consist of words from LTWA that are formed according to ISO4 by ISSN.

The International Organization for Standardization (ISO) has appointed the ISSN (International Standard Serial Number) International Centre as the registration authority for ISO 4. ISO 4 (Information and documentation – Rules for the abbreviation of title words and titles of publications) is an international standard that marks a static system for the abbreviation of serial publication titles. According to ISO4, terms are abbreviated according to LTWA. It is a list that is filled with all the uniform abbreviations used for words in scientific excerpts. It is based on ISO 4.

International Standard for Serial Numbers provides guidelines for abbreviating titles of serials and, if required, non-serial documents by using alphabets from languages like Latin, Cyrillic, and Greek.

Journal of neuroscience - Abbreviation

How to abbreviate Journal Titles

  • Omit articles, conjunctions, and prepositions.
  • Capitalize all abbreviated words.
  • Only abbreviate the title proper.
  • Single-word titles and titles in languages, such as Chinese, Japanese, and Korean that use characters should not be abbreviated.
  • Single-syllable words and words of 5 or fewer letters in singular form are not usually abbreviated as it is not required.
  • Words in the can also be abbreviated by the help of contraction (omission of a few internal letters).

Journal of neuroscience

Journal of neuroscience - JNeurosci is a multidisciplinary journal that publishes papers on a broad range of topics of general interest to those working on the nervous system. JNeurosci and eNeuro are SfN journals with complementary scopes. Papers that describe a novel method that has not yet been used to make neurobiological insights, new observations that do not yet have mechanistic underpinnings, non-replications and replications of published studies, and brief reports are all within the scope of eNeuro. Thus good manuscripts of this type are likely to be suggested for transfer without review, if they are submitted to JNeurosci. The Journal of Neuroscience was first published on January 1, 1981, under the leadership of Maxwell Cowan as Editor-in-Chief, and included five section editors: Solomon Snyder, molecular neuroscience; Michael Bennett, cellular neuroscience; Gerald Fischbach, developmental neuroscience; Eric Kandel, behavioral neuroscience; and Edward Evarts and R.W. Guillery, neural systems. JNeurosci was initially published through partnerships between the Society for Neuroscience and external publishers, including 10 years with Oxford University Press. JNeurosci was brought in-house to SfN for publication in 1996. To learn more about the beginning of The Journal of Neuroscience, read "Coming of Age: The Founding of The Journal of Neuroscience" in Chapter IV more...

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