The Stimulus is the University of California’s journal for undergraduate neuroscience. Hosted by the UCLA Digital Library Program, the journal publishes original research and review articles written by undergraduates as well as commentaries related to all aspects of neuroscience. The primary purpose of The Stimulus is to highlight the outstanding independent neuroscience research conducted by undergraduates across many different programs at the University of California. Neuroscience is itself a highly interdisciplinary field that benefits from interactions among a wide range of traditional academic disciplines, from chemistry and molecular biology to mathematics, psychology, and philosophy. As such, we encourage undergraduate students with diverse interests to submit neuroscience-related work for publication in The Stimulus. For more information about publishing your work in The Stimulus, or if you are interested in joining our staff of student reviewers and editors, please contact NUSjournal@gmail.com.
You are currently reading The Stimulus: UC’s undergraduate neuroscience journal at UCLA Digital Library Program.
- Author: sdavison
- Comments: No Comments
- Categories: Books and publishing
- 1932 Los Angeles Olympics
- Lake Arrowhead in the 1920s – Images of “Hollywood’s Playground” in the Adelbert Bartlett Collection
- Raw foods, raised fists, and children without names
- Shirley Temple Slept Here
- C. C. Pierce, a Pioneer Los Angeles Photographer
- Bartlett Photographs: Southern CA (and Beyond) in the 1920s and 1930s
- Ralph D. Cornell, Landscape Architect: Shaping Emerging Communities in Southern California
- Digital Library Program Update
- The David Livingstone Spectral Imaging Project
- In the News: Hot Enough for You?