(1071) "Trans-generational immune priming": specific enhancement of the antimicrobial response in the mealwork beetle, Tenebrio molitor.   Moret Y.   2006.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 273, pages 1399-1405.

(1072) Cross-continental differences in patterns of predation: will naive moose in Scandinavia ever learn?   Sand H, Wikenros C, Wabakken P and Liberg O.   2006.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 273, pages 1421-1427.

(1073) fMRI correlates of state and trait effects in subjects at genetically enhanced risk of schizophrenia.   Whalley HC, Simonotto E, Flett S, Marshall I, Ebmeier KP, Owens DG, Goddard NH, Johnstone EC and Lawrie SM.   2004.   Brain, volume 127, pages 478-490.

(1074) Human regional cerebral glucose metabolism during non-rapid eye movement sleep in relation to waking.   Nofzinger EA, Buysse DJ, Miewald JM, Meltzer CC, Price JC, Sembrat RC, Ombao H, Reynolds CF, Monk TH, Hall M, Kupfer DJ and Moore RY.   2002.   Brain, volume 125, pages 1105-1115.   With reference to how researchers find what they are looking for, the relative increases in regional brain metabolism were only found after "...correction for the decline in whole-brain metabolism from waking to NREM sleep.", which correction was not reported as having been used to detect the relative reductions in regional metabolism. Relative increases were not described prior to the application to the "correction", so that there were no brain regions in which metabolism was higher in NREM sleep relative to waking. In the discussion, the researchers concede "the novelty of the pattern of relative increases".

(1075) Sleep-dependent theta oscillations in the human hippocampus and neocortex.   Cantero JL, Atienza M, Stickgold R, Kahana MJ, Madsen JR and Kocsis B.   2003.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 23, pages 10897-10903.

(1076) Cortical and subcortical correlates of electroencephalographic alpha rhythm modulation.   Feige B, Scheffler K, Esposito F, Di Salle F, Hennig J and Seifritz E.   2005.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 93, pages 2864-2872.

(1077) The right brain hemisphere is dominant in human infants.   Chiron C, Jambaque I, Nabbout R, Lounes R, Syrota A and Dulac O.   1997.   Brain, volume 120, pages 1057-1065.

(1078) A functional-anatomical model for lip-reading.   Paulesu E, Perani D, Blasi V, Silani G, Borghese AN, De Giovanni U, Sensolo S and Fazio F.   2003.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 90, pages 2005-2013.   With reference to nonwords, the researchers' explanation for the unsuitability of single syllables as not comparable with "real bisyllabic words" is questionable, because single syllables could have been compared with other single syllables, for example, A could have been compared with X, because A is a real monosyllabic word whereas X is not a real monosyllabic word. The suspicion is that such comparisions would have limited the findings. The researchers' use of the the present tense in the second sentence of the abstract is consistent with doubts about the design.

(1079) Neural correlates of sad feelings in healthy girls.   Levesque J, Joanette Y, Mensour B, Beaudoin G, Leroux JM, Bourgouin P and Beauregard M.   2003.   Neuroscience, volume 121, pages 545-551.

(1080) Synaptic relationships between axon terminals from the mediodorsal thalamic nucleus and gamma-aminobutyric acidergic cortical cells in the prelimbic cortex of the rat.   Kuroda M, Yokofujita J, Oda S and Price JL.   2004.   Journal of Comparative Neurology, volume 477, pages 220-234.