NEUROCASE: Call for papers

Ian Pitchford I.Pitchford at sheffield.ac.uk
Mon Apr 24 14:12:46 EST 1995


NEUROCASE - CALL FOR PAPERS

If you have tried to publish a case study recently, you may have found that 
many of the major journals have begun to discourage such reports, as 
individual results are seen as offering limited information.  When 
looked at in conjunction with other single case studies though, it is 
possible to draw vital conclusions from the information gathered.  

These are some of the reasons why Neurocase is being launched in April 1995 
by Oxford University Press.  Neurocase will publish high quality 
original case studies, as well as carefully vetted replication 
studies.  These will be entered, together with data from case studies 
published elsewhere, into an accumulative CD-ROM database which will 
be issued with the journal.  By publishing in this way, information from 
these reports will become an accessible and manageable body of knowledge.

By publishing in Neurocase you will reach a huge audience right from the 
start - throughout 1995 we will be sending Neurocase free of charge to 
the thousands of institutions worldwide which subscribe to Brain.

If you would like to submit a paper, please send 4 copies to:  Editorial 
Office, Neurocase, University Department of Neurology, Addenbrooke's 
Hospital, Hills Road, Cambridge CB2 2QQ, UK.  Tel: +44 (0) 1223 217837 
Fax: +44 (0) 1223 336951  E-mail: jrh24 at phx.cam.ac.uk

If you would like to receive a free sample copy on publication, 
instructions for authors, or an order form, please write to Journals 
Marketing Department (IP95), Oxford University Press, Walton Street, 
Oxford OX2 6DP, UK.  Tel: +44 (0) 865 56767  Fax: +44 (0) 865 267782.  
E-mail: jnlorders at oup.co.uk 

Editors:  Ian H Robertson (Cambridge, UK), John R Hodges (Cambridge, UK), 
and H Branch Coslette (Philadelpia, USA).

Editorial Board: Elizabeth Warrington (London, UK), Alfonso Caramazza 
(Hannover, USA), Tim Shallice (London, UK), Kenneth Heilman (Gainesville, 
USA), Karalyn Patterson (Cambridge, UK), Max Coltheart (Sydney, Australia), 
Eleanor Saffran (Philadelphia, USA), Robert Robinson (Iowa City, USA), Sumiko 
Sasanuma (Tokyo, Japan), Hirotaka Tanabe (Osaka, Japan), Howard Chertkow 
(Montreal, Canada), Marlene Behrman (Pittsburgh, USA), Michael Kopelman 
(London, UK), Stefano Cappa (Brescia, Italy), Richard TegnThetar (Stockholm, 
Sweden), Claus Wallesch (Magdeburg, Germany), Eric Caine (New York, 
USA), Charles Kellner (Carolina, USA), Thierry Deonna (Lausanne, 
Switzerland).

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                            Ian Pitchford
                         Founder, InterPsych
                   Department of Biomedical Science
                       University of Sheffield
                            Western Bank
                         SHEFFIELD, S10 2TN 
                           United Kingdom
                        Tel: +44 114 2780319
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