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Ethics in Publishing

Conflict of Interest Statement

Any author conflicts of interest, potential or actual, must be disclosed at the time of manuscript submission. This includes financial and non-financial activities that readers might perceive to have influenced, or might give the appearance of potentially influencing, the content of the manuscript. Such conflicts should be disclosed in the cover letter that accompanies each manuscript submission. The Editorial Board of Neurographics reserves the right to publish these conflicts of interest along with the manuscript.

Statement of Informed Consent

All human participants in research studies published in Neurographics must have documented informed consent to participate, unless waived by an appropriate Institutional Review Board or equivalent body. A statement affirming this should appear in any manuscript that includes human subjects.

Statement of Human and Animal Rights

Papers describing procedures involving humans or animals must include an explicit statement affirming that the procedures were in accordance with the ethical standards of the appropriate Institutional Review Board or equivalent body and, if any doubt is present, with the Helsinki Declaration of 1975, as revised in 2000 and 2008.

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