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NeuroQuantology papers (2003-2012) now Open Access

NeuroQuantology journal has decided to make the journal available as open access to all readers. So, from 1 January 2003 to 2012 will be available from journal web site at no cost. We are delighted that there will now be unrestricted access, and look forward to welcoming new readers. Further, the journal will be truly open access, and there will be no submission charges for authors. NeuroQuantology has no source of financial support, so that in order to cover various costs we have moved in the past two years to selling the journal individually or on a subscription basis. However, we wanted the journal to reach everybody, and we sought a solution with the idea that if the full text was available only to a few subscribers, our influence and readership would be reduced. The solution that we came up with was that the previous two years’ issues of the journal would be available to subscribers only. All articles and issues older than that (that is all old issues of the previous ten years) would be available to everybody on a free access basis. In fact we even made 20-30% of newly-published issues and the articles in them freely available. We intend to continue with this system, and each issue will be made freely available to all after a period of about one and a half years. This is because we wish our articles to be freely accessed and read.  
Posted: 2015-03-09 More...

From Non-Living Matter to Quantum Neurobiology and Psychopathology

The concepts of quantum brain, quantum mind and quantum consciousness have been increasingly gaining currency in recent years, both in scientific papers and in the popular press. In fact, the concept of the quantum brain is a general framework. Included in it are basically four main sub-headings. These are often incorrectly used interchangeably. The first of these and the one which started the quantum mind/consciousness debate was the place of consciousness in the problem of measurement in quantum mechanics. In this article, these topics will be reviewed in a general framework, and for the first time a general classification will be made for the quantum brain theory.  
Posted: 2015-03-05 More...

NeuroQuantology Latest Issue, December 2014, Volume 12; 4

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Posted: 2014-12-28

NeuroQuantology Issue, September 2014, Volume 12; 3

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Posted: 2014-09-29

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...
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