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journals and serve the field by publishing conceptual advances in neuroscience.
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New from : Expansion of synaptic dynamic range due to environmental enrichment is regulated by MSK1, which may be a pharmacological target to induce the benefits of such enrichment in conditions of cognitive impairment in mice. :
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Weakened brain connections may mediate the influence of a mother's prenatal depression on a child's behavior & emotional processing, according to new research from in . Read more:
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Roger Hudson Aug 10
It's a fantastic honour for our work in lab, published in , to be recognized with this award from ! Thanks very much for your continuous support of fundamental neuroscience research in Canada!
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In a Commentary, & respond to some of Buzsáki’s views in “a spirited debate between friends that we all hope leads to progress.” Against the Epistemological Primacy of the Hardware: The Brain from Inside Out, Turned Upside Down
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In this Opinion in , György Buzsáki suggests that behavioral-cognitive neuroscience should establish its own vocabulary based on brain mechanisms to formulate testable hypotheses. The Brain–Cognitive Behavior Problem: A Retrospective
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NEW: ’s recent Editorial invites you to read a pair of papers debating the philosophical approach to cognitive neuroscience research. A core issue that emerges from both texts is that of “naming.”
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Novel Tools and Methods | Characterization of a Knock-In Mouse Line Expressing a Fusion Protein of κ Opioid Receptor Conjugated with tdTomato: 3-Dimensional Brain Imaging via CLARITY
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Steffen Herff Aug 10
Happy to share our new article “Prefrontal High Gamma in ECoG Tags Periodicity of Musical Rhythms in Perception and Imagination”
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SfN Journals Aug 11
Researchers find that persistent firing, or long-lasting action potential activity in the thalamic reticular nucleus, might facilitate slow rhythmic thalamic activity as observed during slow-wave sleep or under anesthesia. :
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SfN Journals Aug 10
Research in owls from suggests that the Imc, a group of inhibitory neurons near the optic tectum, may be the 1st brainstem site where targets of attention are selected & conveyed to the tectum for subsequent control of behavior. :
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Blocking negative side-effects of : Research by winner Roger Hudson shows cannabidiol reverses the anxiety-like and addictive-like behaviours caused by THC Publication:
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SfN Journals Aug 10
Hierarchical Compression Reveals Sub-Second to Day-Long Structure in Larval Zebrafish Behavior
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Teresa Esch Aug 9
After synaptic vesicles are released, their membrane and associated proteins are retrieved by endocytosis and recycled. This Week at , Zhu et al show that sodium contributes to exocytosis–endocytosis coupling.
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SfN Journals Aug 10
Open Source Tools & Methods | Researchers introduce Rigbox, the only software toolbox that integrates MATLAB, C & Java software requirements necessary to run a behavioral neuroscience experiment. Read more:
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SfN Journals Aug 9
Exercise Reduces Competition between Procedural and Declarative Memory Systems
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SfN Journals Aug 8
Commentary: History, Teaching, and Public Awareness | The Value in Science-Art Partnerships for Science Education and Science Communication
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Sex Differences in Maturation and Attrition of Adult Neurogenesis in the Hippocampus
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Dale Corbett Jun 30
Being able to predict stroke recovery is very important for patients & therapists. Krakauer, Stinear, Byblow & Kwakkel have done seminal work in this area. See our new J Neurosci paper on importance of lesion location
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SfN Journals Aug 7
A new study from identifies that amygdalohippocampal area cells, which project to the medial preoptic area, integrate sensory input & hormonal influences in male mice to suppress caring & direct attacks on pups. Read more:
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SfN Journals Aug 7
Journal Club | Exploring the Therapeutic Potential of Protein Tyrosine Phosphatase 1B in hAPP-J20 Mouse Model of Alzheimer's Disease
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