(2151) Impact of commitment on performance evaluation in the rostral cingulate motor area.   Michelet T, Bioulac B, Guehl D, Escola L and Burbaud P.   2007.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 27, pages 7482-7489.   These monkeys were inattentive. The authors' attempts to generalise the findings to human commitment is discernible in the abstract as the change from "animal" in the penultimate sentence to "subject" in the last sentence.

(2152) Psychophysical and physiological evidence for parallel afferent pathways mediating the sensation of itch.   Johanek LM, Meyer RA, Hartke T, Hobelmann JG, Maine DN, LaMotte RH and Ringkamp M.   2007.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 27, pages 7490-7497.

(2153) Direct instrumental conditioning of neural activity using functional magnetic resonance imaging-derived reward feedback.   Bray S, Shimojo S and O'Doherty JP.   2007.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 27, pages 7498-7507.   Activity in the ROI was conditioned. The subject was rewarded.

(2154) Lesions of the tegmentomammillary circuit in the head direction system disrupt the head direction signal in the anterior thalamus.   Bassett JP, Tullman ML and Taube JS.   2007.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 27, pages 7564-7577.

(2155) The Neurobiological Basis of Language.   Book Review, inclusive of reference (2225).   Caplan D.   2007.   Brain, volume 130, pages 1442-1446.

(2156) What can a clock mutation in mice tell us about a bipolar disorder?   Coyle JT.   2007.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 104, pages 6097-6098.

(2157) Pleasurable Kingdom. Animals and the Nature of Feeling Good.   Balcombe J.   MacMillan. London, New York, Melbourne, Hong Kong.   2006.

(2158) Visuomotor system uses target features unavailable to conscious awareness.   Binsted G, Brownell K, Vorontsova Z, Heath M and Saucier D.   2007.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 104, pages 12669-12672.

(2159) Brain potentials reveal unconscious translation during foreign-language comprehension.   Thierry G and Wu YJ.   2007.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 104, pages 12530-12535.   The results indicated recognition of characters, which may not have amounted to translation.

(2160) Electrophysiological signatures of resting state networks in the human brain.   Mantini D, Perrucci MG, Del Gratta C, Romani GL and Corbetta M.   2007.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 104, pages 13170-13175.