Global Award

Introducing the award

The Editor's Choice Award in Neuroscience is an annual award, established in 2006 and is linked to the journal Neuroimage. The award recognizes papers that are a significant advance in the field.


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Winner 2014

We are pleased to announce the winner of the 2014 NeuroImage Editor’s Choice Awards:

On the interpretation of weight vectors of linear models in multivariate neuroimaging
Haufe, S., Meinecke, F., Görgen, K., Dähne, S., Haynes, J.-D., Blankertz, B., Bießmann, F.

Winners 2013

We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2013 NeuroImage Editor’s Choice Awards.

Fear bradycardia and activation of the human periaqueductal grey
Erno J. Hermans, Marloes J.A.G. Henckens, Karin Roelofs, Guillén Fernández

Total activation: fMRI deconvolution through spatio-temporal regularization
Fikret Işık Karahanoğlu, César Caballero-Gaudes, François Lazeyras, Dimitri Van De Ville

Frequency specific spatial interactions in human electrocorticography: V1 alpha oscillations reflect surround suppression
B.M. Harvey, M.J. Vansteensel, C.H. Ferrier, N. Petridou, W. Zuiderbaan, E.J. Aarnoutse, M.G. Bleichner, H.C. Dijkerman, M.J.E. van Zandvoort, F.S.S. Leijten, N.F. Ramsey, S.O. Dumoulin

Modelling neural correlates of working memory: A coordinate-based meta-analysis
C. Rottschy, R. Langner, I. Dogan, K. Reetz, A.R. Laird, J.B. Schulz, P.T. Fox, S.B. Eickhoff

Speech-induced striatal dopamine release is left lateralized and coupled to functional striatal circuits in healthy humans: A combined PET, fMRI and DTI study
Kristina Simonyan, Peter Herscovitch, Barry Horwitz

Winners 2012

We are pleased to announce the winners of the 2012 NeuroImage Editor’s Choice Awards.

Patterns of hemodynamic low-frequency oscillations in the brain are modulated by the nature of free thought during rest
Volume 59, Issue 4, 15 February 2012, Pages 3194–3200
Gaëlle Doucet, Mikaël Naveau, Laurent Petit et al.

A convergent functional architecture of the insula emerges across imaging modalities
Volume 61, Issue 4, 16 July 2012, Pages 1129–1142
Clare Kelly, Roberto Toro, Adriana Di Martino et al.

Large scale brain activations predict reasoning profiles
Volume 59, Issue 2, 16 January 2012, Pages 1752–1764
Carlo Reverberi, Luca L. Bonattid, Richard S.J. Frackowiak et al.

Measuring functional connectivity using MEG: Methodology and comparison with fcMRI
Volume 56, Issue 3, 1 June 2011, Pages 1082–1104
Matthew J. Brookes, Joanne R. Hale, Johanna M. Zumer et al.

The neural mechanisms by which testosterone acts on interpersonal trust
Volume 61, Issue 3, 2 July 2012, Pages 730–737
Peter A. Bos, Erno J. Hermans, Nick F. Ramsey

The Editor's Choice Award in Neuroscience is an annual award, established in 2006 and is linked to the journal Neuroimage. The award recognizes papers that are a significant advance in the field.

Criteria

There are five sections in the journal in total. The award honors the best paper published in each section.

Selection Process

The winners are nominated by the Section Editor(s) responsible for that area based on what paper they believe was of most significance/importance to the advancement of the field. Researchers cannot actively apply - the winner is chosen by the Editors.

Award and Ceremony

The awards are handed out by the Editor-in-Chief at the annual Organization for Human Brain Mapping (OHBM) Meeting. This year's meeting will be in June, in Seattle, June 16-21. Plaques will be presented to the winning authors during the opening ceremony.

Certificates are presented to winners by the Editor-in-Chief during Welcome Ceremony at OHBM.