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Behavioral and Brain Functions

Featured article: Sex differences in avoidance behavior after perceiving potential risk in mice

Sex has been considered as a potential factor regulating individual behaviors in different contexts. In this study, numerous behavioral tests were undertaken. The study found that the primary sex difference occurs in mobility in the avoidance response after perceiving escapable risks.

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Join the International Behavioral Neuroscience Society for their 27th Annual Meeting on June 27 - July 2, 2018. 

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Hear from the best in our fields, network with scientists and researchers from around the world, present your work and visit Boca Raton on South Florida's coast. We are offering extremely discounted room rates at the Boca Raton Resort starting at $159 per room per night for meeting attendees. 

Abstract deadline: February 26, 2018 (late abstracts through March 26 will be considered for poster presentation only).  

For more information, please visit our website:
http://www.ibnsconnect.org/ibns-2018-annual-meeting.
For additional questions, please contact us at ibns@ibnsconnect.org.

Aims and scope

Behavioral and Brain Functions (BBF) is an open-access journal that welcomes manuscripts that provide insight into behavior and brain function or dysfunction, giving priority to manuscripts that combine both neurobiology and behaviour in a non-clinical manner.

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BBF publishes in the following sections:

Behavioral and Brain Functions is a member of the Neuroscience Peer Review Consortium. The Consortium is an alliance of neuroscience journals that have agreed to accept manuscript reviews from each other. If you submit a revision of your manuscript to another Consortium journal, we can forward the reviews of your manuscript to that journal, should you decide this might be helpful.

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