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Neuroscience

This guide contains information about and resources for the study of neuroscience at Washington University in St. Louis.

Where to Find Articles

There many ways to find articles for your research:

1. Below are some good databases to search for Neuroscience-related articles online. Once you find an article you would like to read, click on the  button or "Linked Full Text."

2. You can also look for articles online in a specific journal. Below you will find some resources for finding journals and a few highly ranked Neuroscience journals.

3. Washington University's libraries also have a large collection of print journals. To search for these, go to the Classic Catalog.

4. You can also search Primo, a search tool that searches multiple library resources all at once. By searching through Primo, you can get results from the Library Catalog, journals, newspapers, research guides, reference materials, and more. Once you find an article, just like in other databases, click on the  button to read it.


Databases


Journals

There are dozens of Neuroscience journals available to the Washington University community. For online access to these, visit: Neuroscience Journals via BrowZine. Below are a few of the most highly ranked journals.