In academic papers published in this journal, well-known abbreviations can be used directly without adding any comments in abstracts and texts (see below); abbreviations that are not commonly used and are not yet well-known and recognized, as well as abbreviations whose original words are too long and appear many times in the text, if the name is in Chinese, for the first time appear in the text, the full name can be written with abbreviations written in brackets, such as “epidemic meningitis”(“Liu Nao”); If it is in a foreign language, you can write the full name in Chinese at the first appearance of the article, and write the full name of the foreign language and its abbreviations in the bracket, such as Alzheimer Disease (AD). If the abbreviation is well known and widely recognized, its full English name may not be noted. Abbreviations should not be used for nouns with no more than 4 Chinese characters in order to avoid affecting the readability of the paper. Abbreviations in Western languages can not be separated and transferred in different lines.
Abbreviations commonly used in the Journal of Neuroscience and Mental Health and their full names in English: