(1241) Neuropsychological and neuroanatomical correlates of perseverative responses in subacute stroke.   Nys GM, van Zandvoort MJ, van der Worp HB, Kappelle LJ and de Haan EH.   2006.   Brain, volume 129, pages 2148-2157.

(1242) Topography of projections from the primary and non-primary auditory cortical areas to the medial geniculate body and thalamic reticular nucleus in the rat.   Kimura A, Donishi T, Okamoto K and Tamai Y.   2005.   Neuroscience, volume 135, pages 1325-1342.

(1243) Encoding of learned importance of sound by magnitude of representational area in primary auditory cortex.   Rutkowski RG and Weinberger NM.   2005.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 102, pages 13664-13669.

(1244) Neurons in the medial nucleus of the trapezoid body and superior paraolivary nucleus of the rat may play a role in sound duration coding.   Kadner A, Kulesza RJ Jr and Berrebi AS.   2006.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 95, pages 1499-1508.

(1245) Rapid brain discrimination of sounds of objects.   Murray MM, Camen C, Gonzalez Andino SL, Bovet P and Clarke S.   2006.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 26, pages 1293-1302.

(1246) Fine functional organization of auditory cortex revealed by Fourier optical imaging.   Kalatsky VA, Polley DB, Merzenich MM, Schreiner CE and Stryker MP.   2005.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 102, pages 13325-13330.

(1247a) Intermodal selective attention in monkeys. I: distribution and timing of effects across visual areas.   Mehta AD, Ulbert I and Schroeder CE.   2000.   Cerebral Cortex, volume 10, pages 343-358.   The critical comparison was between stimuli that were "attended" or "ignored". A human cannot know that an animal that looks at visual stimuli while performing an auditory task ignored the visual stimuli. The language used to describe attempts to control for this variable is nonsense. 'If the animals began to false alarm to deviants in the "irrelevant" modality (catch trials), the trial block was aborted...'. False alarm is a noun. There is no such verb. The authors' invention of the verb "to false alarm" signalled their attempt to impose their meaning on an animal's behaviour. Even if the animal did not "false alarm", it did not follow that the animal was not responding to the visual stimuli.

(1247b) Intermodal selective attention in monkeys. II: physiological mechanisms of modulation.   Mehta AD, Ulbert I and Schroeder CE.   2000.   Cerebral Cortex, volume 10, pages 359-370.

(1248) Involvement of human thalamus in the preparation of self-paced movement.   Paradiso G, Cunic D, Saint-Cyr JA, Hoque T, Lozano AM, Lang AE and Chen R.   2004.   Brain, volume 127, pages 2717-2731.

(1249) Receptive field properties of the macaque second somatosensory cortex: evidence for multiple functional representations.   Fitzgerald PJ, Lane JW, Thakur PH and Hsiao SS.   2004.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 24, pages 11193-11204.

(1250) Thalamic infarctions cause side-specific suppression of vestibular cortex activations.   Dieterich M, Bartenstein P, Spiegel S, Bense S, Schwaiger M and Brandt T.   2005.   Brain, volume 128, pages 2052-2067.