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Adapting non-invasive human recordings along multiple task-axes shows unfolding of spontaneous and over-trained choice
Yu Takagi et al.
A developmental framework linking neurogenesis and circuit formation in the Drosophila CNS
Brandon Mark et al.
Differential spatiotemporal development of Purkinje cell populations and cerebellum-dependent sensorimotor behaviors
Gerrit Cornelis Beekhof et al.
Enhanced excitability of cortical neurons in low-divalent solutions is primarily mediated by altered voltage-dependence of voltage-gated sodium channels
Briana J Martiszus et al.
presynaptic inhibition regulates the gain and kinetics of retinal output neurons
Jenna Nagy et al.
Elimination of GABA
receptors from the axon terminals of specific retinal bipolar cell types alters the sensitivity and kinetics of retinal output.
Recovery of consciousness and cognition after general anesthesia in humans
George A Mashour et al.
Medical education and distrust modulate the response of insular-cingulate network and ventral striatum in pain diagnosis
Giada Dirupo et al.
Behavioral and neural data converge in showing that medical experience reduces reactions to others' pain and distrust toward the target affects the processing of his feedback.
Robust and distributed neural representation of action values
Eun Ju Shin et al.
Action-value signals previously found in many brain areas can be accounted for neither by concurrent serial correlations in neural activity and action value nor by signals for other decision variables.
Creating and controlling visual environments using BonVision
Gonçalo Lopes et al.
BonVision is an open-source software for real-time rendering and control of 2D and 3D visual environments that also enables easy replication of experiments.
fMRI-based detection of alertness predicts behavioral response variability
Sarah E Goodale et al.
Time-varying states of alertness that shape behavioral responses may be detected from fMRI signal patterns.
Living Science: Theoretical musings
Decoding the infrastructure of the cerebellum
Willem S van Hoogstraten, Chris I De Zeeuw
On the origin of fly species
Hui Gong, Lucia Prieto-Godino
Harvard University, United States
Baylor College of Medicine and Texas Children's Hospital, United States, United States
Floris de Lange
Donders Institute for Brain, Cognition and Behaviour, Netherlands
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