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Subject Guide: Neuroscience   Tags: biochemistry, biology, medicine, neuroscience, psychology  

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  • CiteSeer
    A digital library and search engine for journal articles, conference papers, and technical reports in computer and information sciences.
  • PsycINFO
    Subjects: Psychology and related disciplines.
    Contains: Citations with abstracts to scholarly journal articles, books, book chapters, dissertations. Contains some full text links.
    Coverage: 1806 to present
  • Web of Science
    Subjects: Sciences, Humanities, Social Sciences
    Contains: Citations and abstracts. Citation mapping
    Coverage: 1990 to Present
  • PubMed
    Subjects: Medicine, all branches
    Contains: Abstracts and citations to scholarly journal articles.
    Coverage: 1960's to present
  • Biological Science Collection (ProQuest)
    Subjects: Biomedicine, biotechnology, zoology and ecology, agriculture and veterinary science.
    Contains: Citations and abstracts to scholarly journals, conference proceedings, reports, and books. This collection includes 30 biological sciences databases
    Coverage: 1980 - Present.
  • MEDLINE via ProQuest
    Subjects: Medicine, nursing, and dentistry, biology, neuroscience, and psychology.
    Contains: Citations and abstracts for journal articles. Non-English language materials included.
    Coverage: 1965 to present.
  • MEDLINE via ISI Web of Knowledge
    Subjects: Medicine, nursing, and dentistry, biology, neuroscience, and psychology.
    Contains: Citations and abstracts for journal articles. Non-English language materials included.
    Coverage dates: 1950 to present.

Websites

  • Society for Neuroscience
    SfN is the world's largest organization of scientists and physicians devoted to advancing understanding of the brain and nervous system.
  • National Science Foundation
    NSF has a division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences that supports brain research projects.
  • Neuroscience Gateway
    Neuroscience Gateway is a comprehensive source for the latest research, news and events in neuroscience and genomics research developed collaboratively by the Allen Institute for Brain Science and Nature Publishing Group.
  • Brain Source
    BrainSource includes a broad and growing collection of information and resources about normal and injured brains, clinical and forensic neuropsychology, brain injury rehabilitation, creativity, memory and other brain processes.
  • The Dana Foundation
    The Dana Foundation is a private philanthropic foundation with principal interests in brain science, immunology, and arts education.
 

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