Unless and until a submitted manuscript has been rejected by the reviewing committee of Neurocosm journal, an author is bound by an agreement that the same manuscript has not been submitted and will not be published by any journal other than Neurocosm.
● the name of the author,
● their country of origin, and
● all other personal details,have been removed, in order to facilitate thoroughly impartial and merit-based reviewal.
Yes, there are! Please check out the 'Instruction for Authors' section on the left-hand side panel, for all guidelines and specifications.
To view the Terms & Conditions of the Neurocosm journal, click on the ‘Terms & Conditions’ option, under the ‘About Journal’ section, at the bottom of every page of the Neurocosm journal website.
The Neurocosm journal accepts any number of manuscripts from a single author as long as each of the submitted manuscripts is entirely different from each other and completely unique.
If you aren't quite sure about which of your manuscripts are fit for publication in the Neurocosm journal, you might want to take a look at our objective, aim, and scope, to get an idea of the sort of research papers and articles we publish.
Being a brand new journal, Neurocosm does not have any impact factor data to present. at the moment. The impact factor value of a journal is usually a representation of the average number of citations of the works published therein, in articles/papers published by other journals recently, over the past two years.
Neurocosm will make this data available as soon as the stipulated period has completed and accurate data has been compiled.