[Eeglablist] Call for Submissions to JoVE Methods Collection

Delin Sun sundelinustc at gmail.com
Mon Aug 5 10:07:49 PDT 2019

Dear Sir/Madam,

As a Guest Editor for JoVE, <https://www.jove.com/> I am organizing a
Methods Collection titled "Multi-modal approaches to study dynamic neural
signals of emotion". Please consider to submit abstracts (deadline Aug 12,
2019) and manuscripts to this collection.

Emotions are tightly associated with human thoughts, feelings and behaviors
in various ways. Abnormal emotion processing leads to excessive or
insufficient reactions, and is often accompanied by mental disorders such
as anxiety, depression, post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), and alcohol
or drug abuse. Therefore, the study of the neural correlates of human
emotion processing bear important implications for fully understanding the
inner mechanisms of emotion, and may contribute to the diagnosis and
treatment of emotion-related mental disorders. It remains a significant
challenge to non-invasively capture the neural signals of emotion in vivo,
which often vary temporally and change dramatically across contexts. It
also becomes increasingly important to merge findings from different
modalities and through diverse analyses approaches. In this collection, we
present a variety of experimental studies and methodologies for the
investigation of emotion-related dynamic brain responses. The
multidimensional neural responses will be recorded through the most
widely-used neuroimaging and neurophysiological techniques including
functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), electroencephalography (EEG),
and magnetoencephalography (MEG).

JoVE is the leading peer-reviewed scientific methods video journal, aimed
at increasing the visibility and reproducibility of research. JoVE's team
takes care of the entire process <https://www.jove.com/publish/> of filming
and producing your video. This Methods Collection will be the definitive
record of “MRI, fMRI, EEG and MEG”  techniques and related analyses, and
set the standard for reproducibility within the community.

Once complete, this collection will be distributed to a comprehensive list
of researchers who are active in the field. This will promote collaboration
among researchers in the community and facilitate wider adoption of
innovative methodologies.

This collection will be the go-to resource for methods in the field for
years to come, and I look forward to including your article.

Would you be interested in contributing?

Submit an abstract here

Best Regards,

Guest Editor
Delin Sun, PhD
Duke-UNC Brain Imaging and Analysis Center
Duke University

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