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NeuroQuantology Latest Issue, September 2014, Volume 12; 3

 
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Posted: 2014-09-29
 

Research Participants needed

 
From the Department of Developmental Psychology at the Autonomous University of Madrid (Spain) an independent research study is being conducted by Roman Gonzalvo to assess the current status of transpersonal psychology worldwide and its relation with science and quantitative research.  
Posted: 2014-09-18 More...
 

NeuroQuantology Issue, June 2014, Volume 12; 2

 
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Posted: 2014-06-19
 

Assigning DOI numbers to each of our articles published since 2003

 
We are now complying with CrossRef regulations and will add a Digital Object Identifier (DOI) number to each of our articles published since 2003. What is a DOI? Similar to a bar code for a physical object, a DOI is a unique alphanumeric string assigned to a digital object, such as an electronic journal, article, report, or thesis. Each DOI is unique and serves as a stable, persistent link to the full-text of an electronic item on the Internet. Unlike a URL, a DOI doesn't change over time; even if the item moves to a new location, the DOI stays the same. After joining CrossRef, we have given a DOI (Digital Object Identifier) for journal as prefix: 10.14704. All published items in NeuroQuantology, including those in back articles (2003-2013) assigned a DOI number.  
Posted: 2014-01-18 More...
 

Conferences and Conclusions at the Year's Close

 

As we head towards the end of the year, it is a good time to reflect back on the most important stories and developments of the last twelve months, particularly in the light of the recent conference held by the Society for Neuroscience, which clearly demonstrated some of the ways in which the field is changing and growing. At the same time, our thoughts may also turn towards the year ahead and the new questions and breakthroughs that it may bring.
 
Posted: 2013-12-14 More...
 

NeuroQuantology December, 2013 Published

 
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Posted: 2013-12-14
 

From Photosynthesis and Magnetoception to Psychopathology, Free Will and Consciousness: Advances in Quantum Biology and Questions for the Future

 
Over the ten years that NeuroQuantology has been operating, significant strides have been made in advancing our understanding of quantum processes in the biological world, but despite these advances, many questions remain unanswered, particularly when it comes to NeuroQuantology (NeuroScience + QuantumPhysics) and the hard problem of consciousness, leaving many mysteries to be explored over the next ten years. The last decade has produced some significant work showing how quantum effects can occur in biological systems, with advances in three areas utilizing three of the key ideas from quantum physics having been particularly prominent in the media, although often with a certain amount of controversy.  
Posted: 2013-11-12 More...
 

NeuroQuantology September 30, 2013 Issue Published

 
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Posted: 2013-09-16
 

Quantum Link Between Photons That Don't Exist at the Same Time

 
Conventional entanglement links particles across space. Now physicists say a similar effect links particles through time. Physicists have long known that quantum mechanics allows for a subtle connection between quantum particles called entanglement, in which measuring one particle can instantly set the otherwise uncertain condition, or "state," of another particle—even if it's light years away. Now, experimenters in Israel have shown that they can entangle two photons that don't even exist at the same time.  
Posted: 2013-09-16 More...
 

NeuroQuantology has been selected for inclusion in Cabell's Directory

 
NeuroQuantology has been selected for inclusion in Cabell's Directory of Publishing Opportunities. Published since 1978, Cabell's Directories encompass eleven subject-specific databases designed to assist professors and researchers in selecting journals which are compatible with the style and content of their manuscripts.  
Posted: 2013-09-11 More...
 

NeuroQuantology June 2013; Volume 11, Issue 2

 
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Posted: 2013-06-01
 

Ten Years of NeuroQuantology: A Long and Narrow Road

 
Journals, like people and other living things, undergo a biographical process. The first seeds of NeuroQuantology were sown in 2001 with a simple web page. In the beginning it didn’t even have a name, and it was introduced experimentally as “New approach to the consciousness”. What was this new approach? It was an approach that blended neuroscience and quantum physics to search with the help of quantum physics for answers to questions which neuroscience could not answer. Following the sowing of this first seed, the word NeuroQuantology was used for the first time in October 2001, and I became the father first of a journal and then of a potential new field of science.  
Posted: 2013-06-01 More...
 

Special Supplement: Everett’s Quantum Mechanics, 2013; Vol 11: No 1

 
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Posted: 2013-03-17
 

NeuroQuantology April 2013; Volume 11, Issue 1

 
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Posted: 2013-03-17
 

NeuroQuantology Most Popular Articles

 
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Posted: 2012-12-15 More...
 

Articles and Special Topics from Upcoming Issues

 
The following articles will appear in upcoming issues of NeuroQuantology.
 
Posted: 2012-08-14 More...
 

A Long Shadow over the Soul: Molecular and Quantum Approaches to Psychopathology. An Interdisciplinary Dialog with Psychiatrists. Fano – Italy, March 2012

 
From 29th to 31st March 2012, will be held in Fano, in the meeting room of the Pastoral Center, Via Roma, 118-Fano, Italy, a major conference on the theme: A Long Shadow over the Soul.  
Posted: 2012-06-27 More...
 

Physics, Mysticism, Postmodern Craze, and the Latest Fashions: How Physics Is Reflected in Society and Social Life

 
Physics today is divided into two fields, a separation which concerns size. The first is classical physics. This kind of physics examines matter macroscopically, and has been remarkably successful in explaining macroscopic events and has even attained an iconic status of reliability.  
Posted: 2012-06-25 More...
 

Ten Years of NeuroQuantology: A Long and Narrow Road

 
Journals, like people and other living things, undergo a biographical process. The first seeds of NeuroQuantology were sown in 2001 with a simple web page. In the beginning it didn’t even have a name, and it was introduced experimentally as “New approach to the consciousness”. What was this new approach?  
Posted: 2012-02-07 More...
 

Scientists Store Photon Patterns and Retrieve Them From the Same Space Days Later

 
Reports of discernable visual patterns of people and events within a space when they are no longer present days later have intrigued scientists for centuries.  
Posted: 2011-12-13 More...
 

Classical and "Quantum-like" Views of the Genetic Code

 
The origin and the structure of the genetic code of Earth’s living organisms is still a big challenge for Science, with many unanswered questions as for example its “degeneracy”. Since about two decades, its study has attracted many researchers throughout the World, chemists, physicists, mathematicians and others with extremely various and prolific approaches.  
Posted: 2011-12-09 More...
 

Pioneers Who Have Changed the Face of Science and Those That Have Been Mentored By Them

 
We are delighted to present this special edition on “Pioneers Who Have Changed the Face of Science and Those That Have Been Mentored by Them”. This edition has been especially an honor to be involved with since it includes many articles from pioneers themselves, as well as those taking a moment to reflect and to give thanks and gratitude to those they have been mentored by.  
Posted: 2011-09-15 More...
 

First Impact Factor for NeuroQuantology Journal

 
We are pleased to announce that the NeuroQuantology first impact factor has been calculated as 0.697 for the last two years. Real Time IF Analysis  
Posted: 2011-07-14 More...
 

Dreams, Telepathy, and Various States of Consciousness

 
We are pleased to present this special edition on Dreams, Telepathy, and Various States of Consciousness. This edition includes a broad array of articles from well-known authors in the field, as well as graduate students whose work also addresses topics such as anomalous experiences of mediums and advanced meditators, shamanic experiences, near-death experiences, experiences related to dreams and body wisdom, and the various ways that anomalous experiences can be conceptualized and categorized.  
Posted: 2011-02-11 More...
 

Experimental NeuroTheology: Current Concepts and Future Research

 
The quantification of the velocity of the nerve “impulse” during the late 19th century challenged the ethereal concept that thought was beyond measurement and description. A century later, modern measurements of brain activity have revealed discrete, reliable, and predictable changes in metabolic and electromagnetic activity within cerebral regions during mystical and religious experiences.  
Posted: 2010-10-05 More...
 

NeuroQuantology in The Science Citation Index

 
NeuroQuantology Journal Accepted (January, 2008) to The Science Citation Index Expanded, available as the ISI Web of Science, Neuroscience Citation Index.  
Posted: 2010-10-01 More...
 

Disagree? Agree? Have a Question? Have an Answer? Do you enjoy writing? Do you think you can do better?

 
Respond to an article in NeuroQuantology through our online COMMENT system. Access specific article on which you would like to comment. After the log in, click on “Add comment” in the right bar. Enter contact information and upload your Comment. If any paper has caught your attention this month, write a comment on it and send it to NeuroQuantology.  
Posted: 2010-09-23 More...
 

Quantum Paradigms of Psychopathology

 
A new window into the nature of mental illness may have opened with the recent publication of an on-line symposium entitled "Quantum Paradigms of Psychopathology" (QPP), which appeared in March of this year as a special issue of the NeuroQuantology.  
Posted: 2010-07-08 More...
 

NeuroQuantology: a forum for discussion. Controversial? Thought-provoking?

 
If you have any thoughts or comments on articles published in NeuroQuantology..  
Posted: 2010-07-08 More...
 

arNQ :: Eprints and Multimedia Repository

 
arNQ Eprint is the NeuroQuantology's digital repository. Material included in the repository should be of a research or scholarly nature. This includes digital copies of journal articles, book section, monograph, conference or workshop item, thesis, video, audio, teaching resource. You can submit unpublished/published articles (pdf, ps, tex, doc), lecture, conference and meeting video-sound records (upload flv, mpg, wmv, avi, mp3 and swf files) and web site URL via electronically.  
Posted: 2010-07-08 More...
 

NeuroQuantology selected for coverage in EBSCO Publishing

 
EBSCO host databases are the most-used, premium online information resources for tens of thousands of institutions worldwide, representing millions of end-users.  
Posted: 2010-07-08 More...
 

Do you enjoy writing? Do you think you can do better? Comment on all articles

 
You can write your comment about articles. Please, click right bar "Add Comment" link in the article abstract.
or For new paper submission>Register>User Home>Author area>Start the submission process.
 
Posted: 2010-07-08 More...
 

We are in Elsevier SCOPUS, EMBASE (Excerpta Medica) database

 
NeuroQuantology Journal accepted to the Elsevier EMBASE (Excerpta Medica) and SCOPUS database (September 2007).  
Posted: 2010-07-08 More...
 

Welcome to the "NeuroQuantology Journal"

 
Welcome to the "NeuroQuantology", a new journal designed to bring to you a critical analysis of the best of the world neuroscience and quantum physics literature, written by neuroscientist and physicist.  
Posted: 2010-07-08 More...
 

Call for Submissions

 

The journal seeks papers that are novel, integrative and written in a way that is accessible to a wide audience that includes an array of disciplines from the neuroscience, quantum physics, and interdisciplinary articles.

 
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