Journal of the History of the Neurosciences

(The TQCC of Journal of the History of the Neurosciences is 4. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-06-01 to 2023-06-01.)
A historical review of investigations on laterality of emotions in the human brain46
Some Aspects of the History of the Law of Dynamic Polarization of the Neuron. From William James to Sherrington, from Cajal and Van Gehuchten to Golgi23
The Development of a Scientific Understanding of Synesthesia from Early Case Studies (1849–1873)21
From Photography to Cinematography: Recording Movement and Gait in a Neurological Context20
The Transition from Animal Spirits to Animal Electricity: A Neuroscience Paradigm Shift18
Biological and Epistemological Models of Localization in the Nineteenth Century: From Gall to Charcot16
European neurology from its beginnings until the 15th century: An overview14
From DOPA to Parkinson's disease: The early history of dopamine research*14
From Brain to Neuro: The Brain Research Association and the Making of British Neuroscience, 1965–199612
Roots and Routes of Russian Neurosurgery (from Surgical Neurology towards Neurological Surgery)11
The “golden age” of synesthesia inquiry in the late nineteenth century (1876–1895)10
“History had taken such a large piece out of my life” — Neuroscientist refugees from Hamburg during National Socialism9
Emigrated neuroscientists from Berlin to North America9
Adolf Wallenberg: Giant in Neurology and Refugee from Nazi Europe8
The White Paper: Wilder Penfield, the Stream of Consciousness, and the Physiology of Mind8
Epilepsy and the ancient world: From the magic beliefs of the Babylonians to the Hippocratic scientific thinking7
Centenary of Tretiakoff’s thesis on the morphology of Parkinson’s disease, evolved on the grounds of encephalitis lethargica pathology7
Discovering the structure of nerve tissue: Part 3: From Jan Evangelista Purkyně to Ludwig Mauthner7
Vesalius on the Anatomy and Function of the Recurrent Laryngeal Nerves: Medical Illustration and Reintroduction of a Physiological Demonstration from Galen7
A Possible Account of Synaesthesia Dating from the Seventeenth Century7
The evolution of the concept of synesthesia in the nineteenth century as revealed through the history of its name6
Charcot‐Marie‐Tooth disease from first description to genetic localization of mutations5
Luis Simarro Lacabra [1851-1921]: From Golgi to Cajal Through Simarro, via Ranvier5
Historical perspective: The British contribution to the understanding of neurocysticercosis5
A Perplexing Document in the Early History of Gilles de la Tourette Syndrome: Melotti's Rendition of a “Lecture by Charcot” (Including a Complete Translation from the Italian with Commentary)5
Discovering the Structure of Nerve Tissue: Part 1: From Marcello Malpighi to Christian Berres5
A History of Depressed Skull Fractures from Ancient Times to 18005
Salomon Henschen's Short-Lived Project of an “Academia Neurologica Internationalis” (1929) For the Revival of the International Brain Commission: Documents from the Cécile and Oskar Vogt Archives5
Ivane Tarkhnishvili (Tarchanoff): A Major Georgian Figure from the Russian Physiological School5
Neuroscience and Greek mythology5
Acetylcholine – From Vagusstoff to Cerebral Neurotransmitter4
From Antiquity to the N-Methyl-D-Aspartate Receptor: A History of Delirium Tremens4
The Darwins and Wells: From Revolution to Evolution4
Civil War Medicine From the Perspective of S. Weir Mitchell's ?The Case of George Dedlow?*4
Neurology and the soul: From the origins until 1500*4
Neuropathological Research at the “Deutsche Forschungsanstalt fuer Psychiatrie” (German Institute for Psychiatric Research) in Munich (Kaiser-Wilhelm-Institute). Scientific Utilization of Children’s O4
Gall and phrenology: New perspectives4