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Behavioral Neuroscience: Home

Guide to resources in behavioral neuroscience at Northeastern University.


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MERCK INDEX ONLINE -- authoritative and reliable source of information on chemicals, drugs and biologicals. 

LEXICOMP -- point-of-care drug information, including dosing, administration, warnings and precautions, as well as clinical content, such as clinical practice guidelines, IV compatibility from Trissel's 2 Clinical Pharmaceutics Database, and other tools

EMBASE -- biomedical research database covering the most important international biomedical literature from 1947 to the present 

JOVE video journals and JOVE Science Education (now an unlimited subscription to all sections)

Quick links

Book search - Use Scholar OneSearch browse feature to find books by title or author

Ejournal finder - List of all ejournals at Northeastern

Databases and trials - complete A-Z list of databases

Off campus access - Logging in

Journals - New England Journal of MedicineJAMA, ScienceNature

More journals in behavioral neuroscience

Featured resources

JoVe --the Journal of Visualized Experiments, the world's first peer reviewed scientific video journal. Includes JoVE Neuroscience --a multidisciplinary section devoted to investigations of the structure, function, physiology, and pathophysiology of the brain and nervous system. 

The Library subscribes to these sections of JoVE:  BiologyNeuroscienceBioengineeringImmunology and Infection, and the JoVE Science Education Database (Basic Biology, Advanced Biology, Chemistry, and Physics). Essentials of Neuroscience is part of the Advanced Biology section.

Best Bets for Literature Searching

 Tackling a new topic?

Try looking for a review article first.  Review articles attempt to summarize the state of research on a scientific topic.  While lengthy, and not generally including the very latest research, review articles are a great way to start to get a handle on a topic.  

Don't overlook the literature cited at the end of the review - the bibliography contains a wealth of information about the key discoveries and main researchers in the field.  

Most databases (including PubMed and Web of Science below) will allow you to limit your search to include only review articles.  

 Not sure where to start?  


Like PsycInfo (and PubMed's equivalent, Medline), PubMed indexes the major research journals in behavioral neuroscience. PubMed allows access to nearly 2 million full-text journal articles.


Web of Science 

Web of Science indexes over 11,000 scholarly journals in the sciences (1975 -present).  Web of Science's strength is in its interdisciplinary focus and its ability to perform citation searching.  Also works seamlessly with EndNote & EndNote Web citation management software.

 Need help?

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Subject Guide

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Recommended: Try Browzine to browse, read, and stay current with journals.

BrowZine Web Edition allows for desktop browsing of the popular web app, BrowZine, that allows you to browse, read, and monitor many of the library’s scholarly journals in a format optimized for your iOS or Android device.

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