Dr. Junhua Li from University of Essex discusses the experience publishing “Habitual tea drinking modulates brain efficiency: evidence from brain connectivity evaluation,” with Aging (Aging-US).
“I explored the journals. I think the Aging-US (journal) is one of the top journals in this field.
One of the reasons is that I have read some papers from this journal, so that’s why I also wanted to make our results visible on this journal. I’m quite happy with the publication in this journal because, after the publication, our paper received a lot of attention. So there’s a few media (outlets) who’s contacted us to report on our result.”
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