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  1. eNeuro – 1 May 18 Editorial: Gender Bias in Publishing: Double-Blind Reviewing as a Solution? Many studies, commentaries, blogs, etc. point at a gender bias in favor of males for award and acceptance of both grants and publications, respectively (e.g., Wenneras and Wold, 1997; Larivière et al., 2013 and Barres, 2006). According to...
  2. Published papers are the currency of success in neuroscience, yet the process of publishing a paper can be mysterious, especially to trainees. Here are four of the most surprising things I learned about the publishing process as a first-time author. Link back to full article
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