Open Access Neuroscience Research Articles

We use Open Access (OA) as a term to mean that everyone has free, open access to research journal papers published online.

In general, open access research papers allow the general public and researchers to read the research paper without paying a fee, or subscribing to a journal.

Open access neuroscience research papers can encourage more people to become active in neuroscience research and increase the rate of important neuroscience discoveries.

Neuroscience research articles and press releases that use research published in Open Access journals are available below.

Open Access Articles
 
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Schizophrenia’s Genetic Architecture Revealed

Researchers say they are closer to developing effective treatments for schizophrenia after uncovering dozens of sites across the human genome which are strongly associated with a genetic disposition to schizophrenia.
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The Dopamine Transporter

Researchers present findings on how changes in dopamine signaling and transporter functions are linked to neurological and psychiatric diseases.
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Same Genes Drive Maths and Reading Ability

Researchers leading a new study into the genetic basis of cognitive traits say around half the genes which influence how well a child reads also play a role in their math abilities.