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The Neurodiagnostic Journal


The Neurodiagnostic Journal [ISSN 2164-6821 (print), 2375-8627 (online)] is issued quarterly and has been in continuous publication since 1961. It is an educational resource for Neurodiagnostic professionals, a vehicle for introducing new techniques, the latest research, innovative technologies, and an avenue for sharing best practices within the Neurodiagnostic profession. Prior to 1996, the journal was published under the titles, American Journal of EEG Technology (1961–1995) and American Journal of Electroneurodiagnostic Technology (1996 – 2011). World-wide subscribers include medical libraries, clinics and institutions, neurologists, surgeons, neurophysiologists, nurses, technologists, and other health care professionals.

The Neurodiagnostic Journal is the official journal of ASET – The Neurodiagnostic Society. The journal features original articles about electroencephalography (EEG), evoked potentials (EP), intraoperative neuromonitoring (IONM), nerve conduction (NC), polysomnography (PSG), autonomic testing, and long-term monitoring (LTM) in the intensive care (ICU) and epilepsy monitoring units (EMU). Subject matter also includes education, training, lab management, legislative and licensure needs, guidelines for standards of care, and the impact of our profession in healthcare and society. The journal seeks to foster ideas, commentary, and news from technologists, physicians, clinicians, managers/leaders, and professional organizations, and to introduce trends and developments in the field. Media reviews, case studies, ASET Annual Conference proceedings, review articles, and quizzes for ASET-CEUs are also published in The Neurodiagnostic Journal.

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ASET members receive the quarterly print publication and online access to the current and archived journal issues on a complimentary basis as part of their annual membership dues. Non ASET members can subscribe to the journal through Taylor & Francis.


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Instructions for Authors: All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Managing Editor, and, if found suitable for further consideration, to peer review by independent, anonymous expert reviewers to determine originality, validity, and the importance of content and conclusions. Manuscript submission is via Taylor & Francis’ Submission Portal.


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Contact Managing Editor, Melissa Cobos, MEd, R.EEG T., CLTM at [email protected]

The Journal is abstracted/indexed in: Adis International Ltd.; EBSCOhost products; Elsevier BV; Elsevier EMBASE; Elsevier Compendex; E-psyche; PubMed; Ovid: PsycINFO; ProQuest; and VINTTI RAN: Referativnyi Zhurnal, and is published by Taylor & Francis, Routledge.
The core strength of ASET is the talent and experience of its members, and the Editorial Board seeks to showcase that strength in each issue of The Neurodiagnostic Journal. We invite your input, participation, and contribution to the journal so we can continue to provide an invaluable educational resource for our professional community.


The Neurodiagnostic Journal is available with free access to articles for ASET members. Each issue is fully searchable and referenced-linked with a platform that is optimized for mobile delivery via smartphones and tablets.

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Scroll down the Dashboard page and click on “The Neurodiagnostic Journal”. From there you will be redirected to the journal’s landing page at Taylor and Frances online to explore articles and either read them in e-reader format or download articles in pdf format.

Please Note: If you visit directly and then search for The Neurodiagnostic Journal, you will not have free access to journal material. For free access, you must first log in as a member on the ASET website before visiting