|Discipline||Neuroscience, quantum mechanics|
|Edited by||Sultan Tarlacı|
NeuroQuantology is a monthly peer-reviewed interdisciplinary scientific journal that covers the intersection of neuroscience and quantum mechanics. It was established in April 2003 and its subject matter almost immediately dismissed in The Lancet Neurology as "wild invention" and "claptrap". While the journal had a 2017 impact factor of 0.453, ranking it 253rd out of 261 journals in the category "Neuroscience" as reported in the 2018 edition of Journal Citation Reports, Clarivate Analytics delisted the journal in its 2019 edition.
The journal describes itself as focusing primarily on original reports of experimental and theoretical research. It also publishes literature reviews, methodological articles, empirical findings, book reviews, news, comments, letters to the editor, and abstracts.
In the Norwegian Scientific Index, NeuroQuantology has been listed as "Level 0" since 2008, which means that it is not considered scientific and publications in the journal therefore do not fulfill the necessary criteria in order to count for public research funding.
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