Learning & Memory

Journal Abbreviation: LEARN MEMORY
Journal ISSN: 1072-0502

About Learning & Memory

    The neurobiology of learning and memory is entering a new interdisciplinary era. Advances in neuropsychology have identified regions of brain tissue that are critical for certain types of function. Electrophysiological techniques have revealed behavioral correlates of neuronal activity. Studies of synaptic plasticity suggest that some mechanisms of memory formation may resemble those of neural development. And molecular approaches have identified genes with patterns of expression that influence behavior. It is clear that future progress depends on interdisciplinary investigations.
Year Bioxbio Journal Impact* IF Total Articles Total Cites
2018/2019 - 2.373 71 6065
2017 - 2.671 82 6338
2016 - 2.894 87 5835
2015 - 2.906 74 5780
2014 - 3.657 86 6020
2013 - 4.375 94 6350
2012 - 4.057 81 5499
2011 - 4.219 95 4822
2010 - 4.607 79 4754