This year marks fifteen years since the launch of Behavioral and Brain Functions in 2005.
Founded by late former Editor-in-Chief Professor Terje Sagvolden, the journal rapidly became an established name in the field of cognitive and behavioral neuroscience.
A decade and a half later, and now under the leadership of Wim Crusio, Behavioral and Brain Functions remains the home of research providing insight into the neurobiological mechanisms underlying behavior and brain function, or dysfunction.
The journal publishes articles under sections ranging from "Attention, learning and behavior" to "Computational and neural network modeling".
To celebrate this anniversary, we have compiled twelve of Behavioral and Brain Functions' most influential publications, showcasing the breadth of research disseminated by the journal.