(1021) Intra-operative mapping of cortical areas involved in reading in mono- and bilingual patients.   Roux FE, Lubrano V, Lauwers-Cances V, Tremoulet M, Mascott CR and Demonet JF.   2004.   Brain, volume 127, pages 1796-1810.

(1022) Behavioural uniformity as a response to cues of predation risk.   Szulkin M, Dawidowicz P and Dodson SI.   2006.   Animal Behaviour, volume 71, pages 1013-1019.

(1023) Rhesus monkeys, Macaca mulatta, know what others can and cannot hear.   Santos LR, Nissen AG and Ferrugia JA.   2006.   Animal Behaviour, volume 71, pages 1175-1181.

(1024) Sheep self-medicate when challenged with illness-inducing foods.   Villalba JJ, Provenza FD and Shaw R.   2006.   Animal Behaviour, volume 71, pages 1131-1139.

(1025) Neuronal activity in primate orbitofrontal cortex reflects the value of time.   Roesch MR and Olson CR.   2005.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 94, pages 2457-2471.

(1026) Is fearfulness a trait that can be measured with behavioural tests? A validation of four fear tests for Japanese quail.   Miller KA, Garner JP and Mench JA.   2006.   Animal Behaviour, volume 71, pages 1323-1334.

(1027) The effect of handling time on temporal discounting in two New World primates.   Rosati AG, Stevens JR and Hauser MD.   2006.   Animal Behaviour, volume 71, pages 1379-1387.

(1028) Personality predicts brain responses to cognitive demands.   Kumari V, ffytche DH, Williams SC and Gray JA.   2004.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 24, pages 10636-10641.

(1029) Autonomic asymmetry in migraine: augmented parasympathetic activation in left unilateral migraineurs.   Avnon Y, Nitzan M, Sprecher E, Rogowski Z and Yarnitsky D.   2004.   Brain, volume 127, pages 2099-2108.   With reference to unspecified stimuli, liquid bathroom soap was used to induce ocular pain.

(1030) Cortical GABA interneurons in neurovascular coupling: relays for subcortical vasoactive pathways.   Cauli B, Tong XK, Rancillac A, Serluca N, Lambolez B, Rossier J and Hamel E.   2004.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 24, pages 8940-8949.