ANNOUNCEMENT – Tinnitus Treatment Report now includes tinnitus preprints. You can find these “preprints” (early not-yet-published research papers) in the Research section of the home page. Just look for the word [Preprint] next to the article title!
What is a preprint?
In academic publishing, a preprint is a version of a scholarly or scientific paper that precedes formal peer review and publication in a peer-reviewed scholarly or scientific journal. The preprint may be available, often as a non-typeset version available free, before and/or after a paper is published in a journal. Source: Wikipedia
Where can you find tinnitus preprint papers?
You could run custom searches for tinnitus at bioRxiv, medRxiv, Preprints.org, PMC, Research Square, EuropePMC, and other preprint servers – or – you can skip all the digging and simply visit the front page of TinnitusTreatmentReport.com, which uses a system that automatically monitors those same sources… automatically identifies, filters, and retrieves the newest tinnitus-related preprints… and automatically adds them to its great (and convenient) wall of tinnitus research.
Your only job? Just keep an eye on the #research section and look for the [Preprint] label!
Here are two recent tinnitus preprints from this month (August 2020):
- Loud noise exposure differentially affects subpopulations of auditory cortex pyramidal cells
- Susceptibility to Residual Inhibition is Associated with Hearing Loss and Tinnitus Chronicity
Preprints will also be included in the weekly newsletter when it is ready (very soon). So remember to join the email updates list while it is still open if you want to get email updates.
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