Journal Detail

Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

Global Circulation*

Online Only

Average Monthly Visits

13,510

TOC Email Average Monthly Distribution

7,602

Specialty: Geriatrics and Gerontology, Nutrition, Public Health and Health Policy

Audience:

Members of the SNEB, dietitians, nutritionists and educators

Circulation updated on October 25 2021 based on 12-month monthly average July 2020-June 2021.

2022

Journal Overview

Organizational Affiliation

Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB)

Global Circulation

Online Only

Specialty

Geriatrics and Gerontology, Nutrition, Public Health and Health Policy

Audience

Members of the SNEB, dietitians, nutritionists and educators

Editor-in-Chief

Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RD, LDN

Overview

The Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior (JNEB), the official journal of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior, is a refereed, scientific periodical that serves as a global resource for all professionals with an interest in nutrition education; nutrition and physical activity behavior theories and intervention outcomes; complementary and alternative medicine related to nutrition behaviors; food environment; food, nutrition, and physical activity communication strategies including technology; nutrition-related economics; food safety education; and scholarship of learning related to these areas.

The purpose of JNEB is to document and disseminate original research and emerging issues and practices relevant to these areas worldwide. The Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior welcomes evidence-based manuscripts that provide new insights and useful findings related to nutrition education research, practice and policy. The content areas of JNEB reflect the diverse interests in nutrition and physical activity related to public health, nutritional sciences, education, behavioral economics, family and consumer sciences, and eHealth, including the interests of community-based nutrition-practitioners. As the Society's official journal, JNEB also includes policy statements, issue perspectives, position papers, and member communications. Guidelines for Authors are available at www.jneb.org/content/authorinfo.

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Specifications

PRODUCTION SPECS

Mechanical Specifications

Trim: 8-1/8" x 10-7/8"

Keep live matter 1/4" from all trim edges.

Ad Size Non-Bleed Bleed
Trim 8-1/8" x 10-7/8"
Full Page 7-5/8" x 10-3/8" 8-3/8" x 11-1/8"
Spread 15" x 10" 16-1/2" x 11-1/8"
1/2 Horizontal 7" x 5" 8-3/8" x 5-11/16"
1/2 Vertical 3-1/2" X 10" 4-5/16" X 11-1/8"
1/4 Page 3-1/2" x 5"

Binding:

Perfect; Jogs to head

Printing Process:

Litho Sheet

Halftone Screen:

Cover: 150 line screen Text: 150 line screen

Print Ad Specifications

File Format

PDF or PDF/X-1a compliant files, saved as PDF version 1.3.

Transparencies within the supplied PDF(s) will be warned. The transparent elements contained in your file(s) must be converted within the native layout application or flattened in Acrobat using the High Resolution Flattener Presets to avoid overprint issues.

Saving your PDF to Acrobat 4 (PDF 1.3) compatibility will ensure transparent elements are flattened. If the ad contains spot colors that are not converted to process colors (CMYK) before flattening, overprint and/or trap issues may occur.

The following layout applications yield the optimum results for creating a print-compliant PDF and are expected to follow all requirements listed in this document:

  • InDesign version 2 or higher (CS preferred)
  • QuarkXPress version 6.5 or higher

Additional costs may apply if problems are encountered.

NOTE: When using Adobe Illustrator it is preferred to have all fonts converted to outline/paths, and files submitted as EPS files.

Images

All high-resolution images and fonts must be included. TIFF & EPS files must conform to the following minimum resolution specifications:

  • Grayscale and Color images: 300 dpi
  • Combination Grayscale and Color images: 500-900 dpi
  • Line art (Bitmap) images: 900-1200 dpi

Higher image resolutions are acceptable as they exceed the minimum requirements, but in some cases unnecessary resolution will be discarded to achieve smaller file sizes.

Fonts

Use of PostScript Type 1 fonts is encouraged. Include fonts for any embedded graphics. DO NOT use Type 3 or Multiple Master fonts. Avoid using Macintosh menu-stylized fonts, Macintosh "city" fonts (Chicago, Geneva, etc.) and Microsoft Outlook fonts (Tahoma, Impact, etc.).

Page Layout

Regardless of the file format supplied, all ads must conform to the following specifications:

  • Final size must meet journal trim size and include 1/8" bleed image on all four sides.
  • Files will include trim marks with a minimum 3/16" offset
  • No content is to be within 1/4" of all trim edges.
  • Supply as single page files only
  • Right Reading, Portrait Mode, 100% size, No Rotation.
  • All fonts and graphics must be either embedded or included with the files and conform to the format type listed above. Images must also conform to the specifications above for minimum image resolution.
  • All color ads should be supplied as composite files.
  • Reverse type should be no less than 6pt. Fine lettering (thin lines, serifs) should be restricted to one color.
  • Embedded images should not be scaled, cropped/masked or rotated within the page layout application but instead should be manipulated in a proper image editing program (ex. Photoshop) and then imported into the page layout program at proper size and position.
  • DO NOT nest EPS files within EPS files.
  • All lines and line art images should be of a minimum 1/3 pt thickness (1/2 pt for reverses) at final size to reproduce effectively on press.
  • Crop marks and SWOP color bars must be included and positioned 1/2" outside trim.

Color Space

All color images and files are to be supplied as CMYK with a Total Area Coverage (TAC) not to exceed 300% for the darkest area of an image. Files supplied as RGB will be automatically converted to CMYK.

Spot Colors

Spot colors are to be identified using the standard Pantone naming convention and not a custom color such as "Dark Blue." PMS colors will be converted to process unless otherwise specified. When using both art and layout programs be sure spot color naming is consistent in all applications (ex. Do not define both PMS 201CV and PMS 201CVC).

NOTE: Any non-intended spot colors will be converted to CMYK.

Trapping and Screening

Overprints and knockouts should be defined. Files are NOT to be trapped or prescreened. Our Prepress service provider will use industry recognized trapping software to auto-trap your files for optimum performance and reproduction on press and will apply the appropriate screening. Note that these trap settings may force small text and fine graphics to overprint to hold registration on press.

Proofs

All color ads require a SWOP-certified contract color proof, which includes a SWOP proofing bar or a GATF proof comparator. All proofs must be produced from the final file submitted. Proofs must be imaged at 100% scale and in accordance with SWOP specifications. For a list of current SWOP-approved proofs visit https://idealliance.org/systems-certification/certified-hard-copy-proofing-systems/. Proofs generated from any of the approved devices are acceptable. Desktop inkjet printer proofs do not meet SWOP specifications. Elsevier cannot guarantee color match unless acceptable proof is provided. If a contract color proof is not supplied Elsevier will run to standard ink densities and dot gains. Revised proofs must be supplied whenever a text or design change is made. Any alteration to a file will require output of a new proof at cost to the customer. All black & white or grayscale ads supplied require 100% size lasers for confirmation of ad content.

Delivery

Submit PDF ad files to Elsevier ad portal at www.ads4els.com

Conformance to Specs

Variances from the above specifications may not yield results that conform to Elsevier quality control standards.

Insert Requirements

Size - 2 page:

8-3/8" x 11-1/8"

Size - 4 page:

16-3/4" x 11-1/8"

Trimming:

1/8” trimmed off top, bottom and face. Keep all live matter 1/4” from all trim edges.

Insert Stock Weight:

For 2 page 80# text preferred; 4 to 8 pages – 60# text minimum; 80# text maximum. Inserts that do not meet these minimum/maximum weights must be sent to the publisher two weeks prior to advertising close date for evaluation and print compatibility.

Closing Date for Booking Inserts:

Same as ad space closing

Insert delivery date:

See Insert due dates

All inserts must be submitted to Publisher for approval of stock, design and other mechanical specifications.
Copy of insert must accompany insertion orderNote: Failure to meet insert specifications & packaging guidelines may result in additional charges and/or delays with insertion.

Insert Quantity

Contact Ad Sales Services
For conference copy distribution, contact Ad Sales Services.

Insert Packing & Shipping Instructions

Inserts packed one up and folded. All inserts must be delivered to the printer in cartons, with journal title, quantity, product & issue date (month/year) clearly marked. If shipping inserts for more than one issue date, inserts must be packed separately and clearly marked indicating journal title, issue date (month/year) and quantity.

INSERT SHIPMENTS ADDRESS

Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior

Sheridan Press

450 Fame Avenue
Hanover, PA 17331-1585
United States

Attn: Elsevier Team

Disposition of Reproduction Materials

All digital ad files will be held for twelve months only unless otherwise notified. Left over inserts will be held until the issue mails. After issue mailing is completed any unused inserts for that issue will be destroyed unless otherwise indicated on the insertion order. Excess inserts held in storage beyond completion of insertion date will be subject to storage charges.

For Contracts, Insertion Orders & Production Materials
Global
Le-Andrea Sylvester
le.sylvester@elsevier.com
(t) 212-633-3649

Send new print ad files and submit pickup ads to https://www.ads4els.com

Digital Specifications

JBS (HEALTH ADVANCE JOURNAL SITES) WEBSITE
Positions Ad Size (pixels) Expandable (pixels) Expandable Direction
Top Leaderboard 728 x 90 728 x 315 Down
Top Mobile Leaderboard 300 x 50 or 320 x 50 NA NA
Side MPU 300 x 250 600 x 250 Left
Side Skyscraper 160 x 600 or 120 x 600 320 x 600 Left
On page load Prestitial* 300 x 250 or 480 x 640 NA NA
 
Formats jpeg, png, gif, HTML5†, 3rd party tags
Tracking pixels Yes
Max file size 200 KB
Max Animation (time/loops) 15 seconds/ 3 loops
Prestitial frequency 1 impression/6hrs/user

*Supply iFRAME tags for scrolling elements in ad; HTML5 must be provided as a 3rd party tag for prestitial banners.

†Excluding personally identifiable information (PII).


JBS (HEALTH ADVANCE JOURNAL SITES) eTOC EMAIL
Position Ad Size (pixels)
Top Leaderboard 728 x 90
Middle MPU 300 x 250

MPU banners, positions 1, 2, 3, are stacked vertically

 
Formats jpeg, png, gif, (static image only)
Tracking pixels No
Max file size 200 KB

Animation and expandable banners unavailable


JBS (HEALTH ADVANCE JOURNAL SITES) AIP EMAIL
Position Ad Size (pixels)
Top Leaderboard 728 x 90
Side Skyscraper 160 x 600
Middle MPU 300 x 250
 
Formats jpeg, png, gif, (static image only)
Tracking pixels No
Max file size 200 KB

Animation and expandable banners unavailable

Contacts

North America

Display Advertising

Jessica Sneathen

Elsevier

Tel: 267-226-8166

j.sneathen@elsevier.com

Europe

Display Advertising

Robert Bayliss

Elsevier

Tel: 44 20 7424 4454

r.bayliss@elsevier.com

APAC

Display Advertising

Virginia Van Homrigh

Elsevier

Tel: 61 448 008159

v.vanhomrigh@elsevier.com

Global

Display Production

Le-Andrea Sylvester

Elsevier

Tel: 212-633-3649

le.sylvester@elsevier.com

Recruitment Advertising

Alexis Graber

Elsevier

Tel: 201-466-3846

a.graber@elsevier.com

Recruitment Production

Jaichand Ramsaroop

Elsevier

Tel: 212-633-3690

j.ramsaroop@elsevier.com

Journal Overview

Organizational Affiliation

Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior (SNEB)

Global Circulation

Online Only

Specialty

Geriatrics and Gerontology, Nutrition, Public Health and Health Policy

Audience

Members of the SNEB, dietitians, nutritionists and educators

Editor-in-Chief

Karen Chapman-Novakofski, PhD, RD, LDN

Overview

The Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior (JNEB), the official journal of the Society for Nutrition Education and Behavior, is a refereed, scientific periodical that serves as a global resource for all professionals with an interest in nutrition education; nutrition and physical activity behavior theories and intervention outcomes; complementary and alternative medicine related to nutrition behaviors; food environment; food, nutrition, and physical activity communication strategies including technology; nutrition-related economics; food safety education; and scholarship of learning related to these areas.

The purpose of JNEB is to document and disseminate original research and emerging issues and practices relevant to these areas worldwide. The Journal of Nutrition Education and Behavior welcomes evidence-based manuscripts that provide new insights and useful findings related to nutrition education research, practice and policy. The content areas of JNEB reflect the diverse interests in nutrition and physical activity related to public health, nutritional sciences, education, behavioral economics, family and consumer sciences, and eHealth, including the interests of community-based nutrition-practitioners. As the Society's official journal, JNEB also includes policy statements, issue perspectives, position papers, and member communications. Guidelines for Authors are available at www.jneb.org/content/authorinfo.

Digital Advertising

  • Run-of-site banner advertising on the journal site
  • Banner advertising on the electronic table of content (eTOC) alerts
  • Banner advertising on the article in-press (AIP) alerts
  • Prestitial banner advertising on the journal site

Contact your sales representative for rates and more information.

See Digital Specifications for more information. See Digital Specs for detailed specifications.

Specifications

PRODUCTION SPECS

Mechanical Specifications

Trim: 8-1/8" x 10-7/8"

Keep live matter 1/4" from all trim edges.

Ad Size Non-Bleed Bleed
Trim 8-1/8" x 10-7/8
Full Page 7" x 10" 8-3/8" x 11-1/8"
1/2 Page Horizontal 7" x 4-3/4"
1/2 Page Vertical 3-1/4" x 10"
1/4 Page 3-1/4" x 4-3/4"

Binding:

Perfect; Jogs to head

Printing Process:

Litho Sheet

Halftone Screen:

Cover: 150 line screen Text: 150 line screen

File Format

Preferred format is PDF created with high-resolution PostScript from the native application. Convert the PostScript to PDF with Acrobat 4 or 5 Distiller set for compatibility to PDF version 1.3 (Acrobat 4). Other acceptable formats are PDF/X-1a, EPS and TIFF.

All files must be correctly named with proper extensions.

The following source files are accepted and are expected to follow all requirements listed in this document:

  • QuarkXPress (native formats only, no Quark .eps are accepted)
  • Adobe Illustrator (eps only)
  • Adobe Photoshop (tiff)

Additional costs may apply if problems are encountered.

NOTE: When using Adobe Illustrator it is preferred to have all fonts converted to outline/paths, and files submitted as EPS files.

Fonts

Use of PostScript Type 1 fonts is encouraged. Include fonts for any embedded graphics. DO NOT use Type 3, Multiple Master or CID fonts. Avoid using menu-stylized fonts, Macintosh "city" fonts (Chicago, Geneva, etc.) and Microsoft Outlook fonts (Tahoma, Impact, etc.).

Images

TIFF and EPS files must conform to the following minimum resolution specifications:

  • Grayscale and Color images: 300 dpi
  • Combination Grayscale and Color images: 500-900 dpi
  • Line art (Bitmap) images: 900-1200 dpi

Higher image resolutions are acceptable as they exceed the minimum requirements, but in some cases unnecessary resolution will be discarded to achieve smaller file sizes.

Files containing layers and/or transparent objects must be flattened prior to submission. PDF version 1.3 will ensure a flattened file.

Page Layout

Regardless of the file format supplied, all ads must conform to the following specifications:

  • Final size must meet journal trim size and include 1/8" bleed image on all four sides.
  • Files will include trim marks with a minimum 3/16" offset
  • No content is to be within 1/4" of all trim edges.
  • Supply as single page files only
  • Right Reading, Portrait Mode, 100% size, No Rotation.
  • All fonts and graphics must be either embedded or included with the files and conform to the format type listed above. Images must also conform to the specifications above for minimum image resolution.
  • All color ads should be supplied as composite files.
  • Reverse type should be no less than 6pt. Fine lettering (thin lines, serifs) should be restricted to one color.
  • Embedded images should not be scaled, cropped/masked or rotated within the page layout application but instead should be manipulated in a proper image editing program (ex. Photoshop) and then imported into the page layout program at proper size and position.
  • DO NOT nest EPS files within EPS files.
  • All lines and line art images should be of a minimum 1/3 pt thickness (1/2 pt for reverses) at final size to reproduce effectively on press.

Color Space

All color images and files are to be supplied as CMYK with a Total Area Coverage (TAC) not to exceed 300% for the darkest area of an image. Files supplied as RGB will be automatically converted to CMYK.

Spot Colors

Spot colors are to be identified using the standard Pantone naming convention and not a custom color such as "Dark Blue." PMS colors will be converted to process unless otherwise specified. When using both art and layout programs be sure spot color naming is consistent in all applications (ex. Do not define both PMS 201CV and PMS 201CVC).

Trapping and Screening

Overprints and knockouts should be defined. Files are NOT to be trapped or prescreened. Our Prepress service provider will use industry recognized trapping software to auto-trap your files for optimum performance and reproduction on press and will apply the appropriate screening. However, these trap settings may force small text and fine graphics to overprint to hold registration on press.

Proofs

All color ads require a SWOP-certified contract color proof, which includes a SWOP proofing bar or a GATF proof comparator. All proofs must be produced from the final file submitted. Proofs must be imaged at 100% scale and in accordance with SWOP specifications. For a list of current SWOP-approved proofs visit https://idealliance.org/systems-certification/certified-hard-copy-proofing-systems/. Proofs generated from any of the approved devices are acceptable. Desktop inkjet printer proofs do not meet SWOP specifications. Elsevier cannot guarantee color match unless acceptable proof is provided. If a contract color proof is not supplied Elsevier will run to standard ink densities and dot gains. Revised proofs must be supplied whenever a text or design change is made. Any alteration to a file will require output of a new proof at cost to the customer. All black & white or grayscale ads supplied require 100% size lasers for confirmation of ad content.

Media/ Delivery

  • CD-ROM/ISO 9660 or DVD
  • All media must be properly identified with the following information:
    • Journal Title
    • Issue date
    • Advertiser
    • Contact name and phone number (for returned material[s])
    • Include printout directory listing of media contents
    • File type and format

Conformance to Specs

Variances from the above specifications may not yield results that conform to Elsevier quality control standards.

Disposition of Reproduction Materials

All digital ad files will be held for twelve months only unless otherwise notified.

For Contracts, Insertion Orders & Production Materials

Global
Jaichand Ramsaroop
j.ramsaroop@elsevier.com
(t) 212-633-3690

Digital Specifications

JBS (HEALTH ADVANCE JOURNAL SITES) WEBSITE
Positions Ad Size (pixels) Expandable (pixels) Expandable Direction
Top Leaderboard 728 x 90 728 x 315 Down
Top Mobile Leaderboard 300 x 50 or 320 x 50 NA NA
Side MPU 300 x 250 600 x 250 Left
Side Skyscraper 160 x 600 or 120 x 600 320 x 600 Left
On page load Prestitial* 300 x 250 or 480 x 640 NA NA
 
Formats jpeg, png, gif, HTML5†, 3rd party tags
Tracking pixels Yes
Max file size 200 KB
Max Animation (time/loops) 15 seconds/ 3 loops
Prestitial frequency 1 impression/6hrs/user

*Supply iFRAME tags for scrolling elements in ad; HTML5 must be provided as a 3rd party tag for prestitial banners.

†Excluding personally identifiable information (PII).


JBS (HEALTH ADVANCE JOURNAL SITES) eTOC EMAIL
Position Ad Size (pixels)
Top Leaderboard 728 x 90
Middle MPU 300 x 250

MPU banners, positions 1, 2, 3, are stacked vertically

 
Formats jpeg, png, gif, (static image only)
Tracking pixels No
Max file size 200 KB

Animation and expandable banners unavailable


JBS (HEALTH ADVANCE JOURNAL SITES) AIP EMAIL
Position Ad Size (pixels)
Top Leaderboard 728 x 90
Side Skyscraper 160 x 600
Middle MPU 300 x 250
 
Formats jpeg, png, gif, (static image only)
Tracking pixels No
Max file size 200 KB

Animation and expandable banners unavailable

Contacts

North America

Display Advertising

Jessica Sneathen

Elsevier

Tel: 267-226-8166

j.sneathen@elsevier.com

Europe

Display Advertising

Robert Bayliss

Elsevier

Tel: 44 20 7424 4454

r.bayliss@elsevier.com

APAC

Display Advertising

Virginia Van Homrigh

Elsevier

Tel: 61 448 008159

v.vanhomrigh@elsevier.com

Global

Display Production

Le-Andrea Sylvester

Elsevier

Tel: 212-633-3649

le.sylvester@elsevier.com

Recruitment Advertising

Alexis Graber

Elsevier

Tel: 201-466-3846

a.graber@elsevier.com

Recruitment Production

Jaichand Ramsaroop

Elsevier

Tel: 212-633-3690

j.ramsaroop@elsevier.com

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