Getting full text
Some databases don't include the full-text of articles. When there's no full-text attached, click on , which will search the Library catalog to see if we have access to the full text either electronically or in print (paper) form.
Many databases allow you to check off a 'Peer-reviewed' or 'Scholarly Journals' button on either the left or right-hand column of the search results screen. Checking this button will help limit your search to Journals which are considered Peer-reviewed. However, editorials, opinions, commentaries, and book reviews will still appear despite the fact they are not considered peer-reviewed articles.
Important: If you are still unsure if your journal is peer-reviewed, use Ulrich's Periodicals Directory to confirm for sure!
Borrowing from other Libraries
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How to use this guide
This guide is designed to connect Tulane undergraduates, graduate students, faculty, and researchers in Neuroscience with the information and resources they need to succeed in this field.
Information and strategies for locating items such as encyclopedia entries, peer-reviewed journal articles, protocols and methods, brain atlases, current books, and manuals can be found in the different sections. Also included are links to Neuroscience associations, reliable websites, citation management tools, and strategies for staying up-to-date in this field.
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Core databases for Neuroscience
Other recommended databases for Neuroscience
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Connect with Google Scholar
Google Scholar is a great tool for completing citations, locating known articles (e.g., from a Reference list or provided by a teacher), and for cited reference searching.
Top 5 Neuroscience Journals by Impact Factor
Journal impact factor is a metric used to rate the quality of scholarly journals. It is a measure of how often articles published in a given journal over the previous two years have been cited in the previous year. In descending order by impact factor: