Authors who discover errors in articles they have published should have the corresponding author contact eNeuro's central office (eNeuro@sfn.org) with a detailed description of the correction that is needed. Corrigenda (corrections of author's errors) and errata (corrections of publisher's errors) will be published at no charge to the authors. Requests for corrections that affect the interpretation or conclusions of a published article will be reviewed by the editors.
eNeuro will retract an article at the authors' request at any time without requiring explanation unless it is under review for a possible violation of SfN's guidelines of Guidelines for Responsible Conduct Regarding Scientific Communication. The corresponding author should contact the Editor-in-Chief (eNeuroeditor@sfn.org) to request a retraction.
eNeuro will retract an article at the authors' request unless it is under review for a possible violation of SfN's Guidelines for Responsible Conduct Regarding Scientific Communication. At the authors' option, the retraction notice may simply state that the article has been retracted at the authors' request. Alternatively, the authors may provide a brief explanation of the error(s) prompting the retraction. However, statements of retraction may not assign blame to specific authors or laboratories. To request a retraction, the corresponding author should contact the editor-in-chief (eNeuroeditor@sfn.org).
In retraction statements, eNeuro clearly distinguishes between author-initiated retractions and those initiated by the editors because of violations of the Society for Neuroscience's guidelines.
The editors reserve the right to retract an article at any time after publication without the consent of the authors if an investigation by an appropriate authority reveals a violation of the Society for Neuroscience Ethics Policy.