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Date of this Version

10-10-2020

Abstract

Background: The present paper analyses authorships trends and pattern of authorship in the field the of neuroscience

Objectives: The main objective of the study is to identify neuroscience publication form type, year wise distribution, Authorship pattern, to known the Measure of collaboration it will provide Collaborative Index (CI), Degree of Collaboration (DC), Collaboration Coefficient (CC) and Modified Collaborative Coefficient (MCC), to know the most prolific Authors in Neuroscience in India and top 20 journals and their rank based on the publication and India Collaborative with other Countries

Materials and Methods: The PubMed database has been used for obtaining required the data in the field of Neuroscience during 30 years (1989-2018) and retrieved data by using these keywords “Affective neuroscience, Behavioural neuroscience, Cellular neuroscience, Clinical neuroscience, Cognitive neuroscience, Developmental neuroscience, Molecular neuroscience, Neuroimaging, Neuro physiology, Neurology in the combined Title, Abstract and Keywords field.

Results: A total of 13580 articles were extracted from PubMed database. Most of the publication mode opted by the author/researcher is Journals published 40.19% of total publications. Out of 13580 articles, 1810(13.33%) articles were published in 2017. Out of 100, 94.17% of articles were contributed by collaborative authors. The Mean of CI, DC, CC and MCC is 0.20, 0.99,0.20 and 0.80 respectively. Mishra U K who published 302 stood first rank. Neurology in India has in the top ranked with 11.92% of publications (1619) and USA the largest share (42.24%) of international collaboratives publication with India.

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