We are pleased to announce the creation of Neuroscience Research Network (NeurosciRN), which focuses on 24 major areas of scholarship. SSRN's newest network provides a worldwide online community for neuroscience scholars and for the sharing of ideas across a broad spectrum of early stage research, including working papers, conference papers, preprints, etc.

The following NeurosciRN areas are available and subscriptions will be free during the start-up phase.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Animal-Veterinary-Neuroscience.html
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Description: This area includes content on all aspects of animal and veterinary neuroscience, focused on the understanding of the neurobiology of animals that are not serving as model systems to study human neurobiology. Research includes animal neurobehaviors and cognition and animal neurological disorders that are not relevant to human neuroscience.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Autonomic-NeurobiologyNeuroendocrinology.html
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Description: This area includes content on the function and neurobiology of the autonomic nervous system and neuroendocrine system. Topics include enteric neurobiology and gut-brain axis, homeostasis, hypothalamus and pituitary neuroendocrinology function, neural control of cardiovascular and respiratory systems, and neuropeptides and neurohormones.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Behavioral-Neuroscience.html
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Description: This area includes content on behavioral neuroscience and how underlying neurobiological mechanisms support relevant psychological processes. Topics include addiction neurobiology, affective neuroscience, motivated neurobehaviors, avoidance neurobehavior, motivated neurobehavior, sleep and circadian rhythm, and other related but non-specified topics.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Cellular-Molecular-Neurobiology.html
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Description: This area includes content on all aspects of cellular and molecular neurobiology. Topics include axon and dendritic guidance; mitochondria neurobiology and dysfunction; neural cell morphology and cytoskeleton neurobiology; neural gene expressions; neural signaling molecules; protein synthesis, transport, and degradation; neural signaling molecules; receptors and intracellular signal transduction; synaptic plasticity and synapse neurobiology; and other related but non-specified topics.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Clinical-Translational-Neuroscience.html
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Description: This area includes content on clinical and translational neuroscience used in both clinical disease treatment and preclinical studies. Topics include cell based neurotherapeutics, clinical trials, clinical neurological disorders and diseases, cognitive and behavioral therapies, neuroepidemiology, neuropharmacology, neurodevices and neuroprosthetics, neurosurgical procedures, and other neurotherapeutics.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Cognitive-Neuroscience-NeurosciRN.html
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Description: This area includes content on the biological processes and mechanisms underlying cognitive functions and their neural basis. Topics include cognitive neurodevelopmental disorders, learning and memory, memory disorders and dementias, neural basis of decisions, neurobiology of perception and consciousness, and neurolinguistics.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Computational-Neuroscience.html
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Description: This area includes content on computational neuroscience in which computers, algorithms, mathematical tools, and theories are used to investigate principles such as development, physiology, behavior, neural processing, cognition, and disease traditionally only explored in laboratory science. Topics include artificial neural networks and neuron modeling, brain mapping and connectomics, cognitive and behavioral algorithms, diagnostic and predicative artificial intelligence paradigms, and neuroinformatics and information systems.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Develop-Neurobiology-Neuroregeneration.html
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Description: This area includes content on developmental neurobiology and regenerative neuroscience. Topics include glial development, neural patterning, neuroplasticity, neuronal development, stem cell neurobiology, and other related areas of research.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Dietary-Nutritional-Neuroscience.html
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Description: This area includes content on dietary and nutritional neuroscience. Research covers metabolism of neurons, dietary interventions in clinical disorders, and the role of vitamins and supplements in neurobiology.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Educational-Neuroscience.html
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Description: This area includes content on educational neuroscience that applies current neuroscience theories of learning, memory, and cognition to guide pedagogical approaches.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Evolutionary-Neuroscience.html
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Description: This area includes content on evolutionary neuroscience. Research includes how behavior, cognition, neuroanatomy, and physiology emerge from conserved molecular, anatomical, and circuit level processes.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Neural-Pathways-Neural-Circuits.html
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Description: This area includes content on neural pathways and neural circuit level analyses. Research focuses on how neurons collectively signal and behave to produce a response or a dysfunction. Studies involve connectivity at the cellular and multicellular level in microcircuits, the impact of plasticity on the structure and function of neural circuits, and elucidating novel functions of neural circuits and pathways.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Neuroanatomy.html
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Description: This area includes content on the organization and structural features of the nervous system. Research includes all areas of the nervous system, including the peripheral nervous system, the sympathetic nervous system, the parasympathetic nervous system, the enteric nervous system, central nervous system, meninges, and the blood-brain barrier.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Neuroanthropology-Cultural-Neuroscience.html
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Description: This area includes content on neuroanthropology and cultural neuroscience. Research examines how cultural environments, beliefs, practices, diversity, and values are shaped by the neurobiology of the brain in various cultures over different periods of time.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Neurodegeneration-Nervous-System-Aging.html
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Description: This area includes content on neurodegeneration and aging in the nervous system covering both physiological neurobiology and disease related neurodegeneration. Topics include molecular mechanisms of neurodegeneration and neuroprotection, neural cell death pathways, neurodegenerative disorders and injuries, and other related but non-specified topics.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Neuroethics.html
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Description: This area includes content on ethical issues raised by the ability to monitor, predict, and influence human behavior through increased knowledge of how the brain works. This interdisciplinary area spans the ethical, medical, philosophical, educational, and societal implications of neuroscience.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Neuroimmunology-Neuroinfections.html
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Description: This area includes content on neuroimmunology and interactions between the nervous system and the immune system during disease, homeostasis, auto-immune response, injury, and infection. Topics include the blood-brain barrier, neural-immune interactions, neuroinfections, neuroinflammation, and other related areas of research.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Neurolaw.html
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Description: This area includes content on the application of neuroscience research and principles to legal rules including intellectual property, civil and criminal law, juvenile law, and criminology.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Neuroscience-Public-Health.html
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Description: This area includes content on population-wide interventions focused on improving human health collectively as it relates to nervous system health and disease.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Neuroscience-Educator.html
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Description: This area includes content that supports high quality student learning in neuroscience and related disciplines, and is designed for the sharing of teaching materials. This includes casebooks, reviews of casebooks, lecture notes, class summaries, outlines, supplementary materials (for your own or someone else's book), syllabi, problem sets, PowerPoint presentations, videos, and other teaching materials.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Neuroscience-Methods.html
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Description: This area includes content on methods, methodological improvements, and method refinements used in neuroscience research. Topics include animal models, biochemical assays and cellular signaling methods, cell culture techniques and methods, electrophysiology methods, genetic methods, microscopy and neuroimaging methods, neuropsychological methods and tests, and other related areas of research.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Neuroscience-Negative-Results.html
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Description: This area includes content in which negative results were found. Negative results are instances in which the expected outcome of the research was not borne out by the results. The negative results area includes papers that have controversial or provocative results that challenge established theories as well as papers that replicate or support findings published elsewhere.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Sensory-Motor-Neurobiology.html
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Description: This area includes content on sensory and motor neurobiology, including receptor cells, neural pathways, and regions of the brain involved in processing and perception. Topics include auditory system and processing, gustatory system and processing, motor control and reflex response, olfactory system and processing, peripheral innervation and somatic neurobiology, sensory and neuroprocessing disorders, somatosensory system and processing, and vestibular and visual systems and processing.


View Papers: https://www.ssrn.com/link/Social-Neuroscience.html
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Description: This area includes content on the contribution of neuroscience concepts to our understanding of social processes and social behaviors. Research examines how the brain interacts and mediates social paradigms in the broad scope of human neurodiversity and human agency.

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