• JONED accepts contributions for the next issue.


    Next issue: February 2022

    Following the line of previous issues, JONED intends to share neuroscientific and educational evidence, practices and ideas to develop and consolidate the link between neuroscience and education. For the following issue, after a blind peer review process, the following are accepted: original searches, reviews, case studies, reviews, among others.

    Articles are sent online in Word format through the link 'Submit your manuscript' in the journal, specifying section and article types. Here you can download the templates in Word that will be used for shipping. The format of the model must be preserved: fonts, frames, single spacing and line numbering.

    Submissions to the 'Neuroeducational Research' and 'Experiences and Perspectives' sections.

    These sections can be submitted in short or long formats, depending on the author's criteria. Short articles are considered those with up to 5,000 words and a limit of 6 figures or tables; long articles are those with a maximum of 10,000 words and a limit of 10 figures or tables. The abstract that accompanies these sections is limited to 350 words and must be written in the language in which the text is sent, including an English translation.

    In addition, if the submission is for the Neuroeducational Research or Experiences and Perspectives sections, a summary is included for the Neuromads section, which is sent as a new submission.

    The final postgraduate or master's work articles are made in short format and are sent using a template in Word that can be downloaded here.

    Submissions to the 'Editorial' and 'Neuromads' sections.

    The articles in these sections have a limit of 1,000 words, and may also contain an image, figure or table.

    If referring to an expert review / ertas of a journal section, the instructions to Ensure an anonymous review should be followed. Articles written in English, Spanish or Catalan will be accepted.

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