The Journal of Multiscale Neuroscience combines the operational organization of neuroscience data to better understand complex structures and behaviors—the relationship between structure and function and how the regions and functions connect. Different parts of the brain carry out different tasks, interconnecting together, allowing complex behavior. Systems neuroscience works to fill gaps in knowledge that can largely be accomplished view full description of the Journal of Multiscale Neuroscience....
The Journal's aim is to advance the integrative aspects of neuroscience by explaining how brain processes and their mechanisms are organized at different scales. The distinguishing feature of the Journal is to elucidate brain activities across scales by introducing boundary conditions that set the limits of scale mathematically and methodically while generating information on brain processes to understand how the whole is organized at different scales.
The Journal’s scope encompasses diverse neuroscience techniques and principles, including biopsychological and theoretical aspects of non-Turing computation, with an emphasis on advances in multiscale analyses of brain complexity, examining issues that can be characterized by operationally observable multiscale mechanisms at differing dynamical scales in the brain.
Call for Papers
We are pleased to announce Call for Papers for themed Special Issues of Journal of Multiscale Neuroscience focused on: See Call for Papers.
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