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A cover of Nature Reviews Neuroscience

Nature Reviews Neuroscience [ISSN 1471-0048] is a highly respected journal (Impact Factor for 2003 of 27.0) that reviews the breadth and depth of modern neuroscience.

Neuroscience is the archetypal multidisciplinary science encompassing a variety of fields that share the common goal of attempting to provide a complete understanding of the structure and function of the central nervous system. A series of advances in molecular, developmental and cognitive neuroscience, stimulated by the advent of powerful new experimental techniques, have now rendered some of the most enduring neurobiological questions increasingly tractable. Nature Reviews Neuroscience covers the following areas:

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  • Husain, M., and Rorden, C. (2003). Non-spatially lateralized mechanisms in hemispatial neglect. Nature Reviews Neuroscience 4, 26-36. Full text

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