Editor-in-Chief: Luis Maia (PhD., Beira Interior University - Portugal)
Associated Editors: £ Helder Lopes Rodrigues (Neuropsychologist - Serviço de Medicina Física e Reabilitação – CHMT – U.H.Tomar - Portugal
£ Humberto Rodrigues (MsC., Neuropsychologist - Portugal)
The Iberian Journal of Clinical and Forensic Neuroscience publish papers on a broad range of topics of general interest to those working on the neurocientific field.
The Journal of Clinical and Forensic Neuroscience publishes theory-driven patient studies, studies about forensic field applied to neuroscience as well as basic studies in the large neuroscience area.
The journal publishes group and case studies addressing fundamental issues concerning the brain functional relations with behavior, epidemiology, basic science, etc.
The journal is dedicated to a fast and proficient turn-around of papers, targeting to complete reviewing in under 60 days. Submissions should be made in a word format document (editable) to email@example.com
(Luis Maia, Editor in Chief), or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Papers will be valued by the Editorial Board and referees in terms of scientific value, readability, and importance to a wide-ranging circulation.
Papers should be submitted following APA norms (APA Publication Manual published by the American Psychological Association), and preferentially presented in written English language. Abstracts should be available in English, Portuguese and Spanish idiom as well as key words.
The Journal operates a policy of anonymous peer review.
Each submission should follow the procedure of sending by email two documents: a) a Title page with all information about authors’ affiliations and indications of the correspondent author; b) a second document, containing the entire article, WIHTOUT ANY IDENTIFICATION of the authors, to assure the blind review process.
After the efective publication of articles, authors assume that the copyright are totally trespassed to Iberian Journal of Clinical and Forensic Neuroscience editors.