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(2222) Stimulation of the human frontal eye fields modulates sensitivity of extrastriate visual cortex.   Silvanto J, Lavie N and Walsh V.    2006.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 96, pages 941-945.

(2223) Seeing the content of the mind: enhanced awareness through working memory in patients with visual extinction.   Soto D and Humphreys GW.    2006.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 103, pages 4789-4792.   The ellipitical allusions to "parietal patients" and "automatic bottom-up priming" are anatomically glib, and set the scene for a finding that is unsurprising, given that visual working memory would have activated the frontal eye fields, and given that commitment of the cue to memory would have activated more cerebral cortical cell layers than mere perception of the cue.

(2224) Contribution of the monkey frontal eye field to covert visual attention.   Wardak C, Ibos G, Duhamel JR and Olivier E.   2006.   Journal of Neuroscience, volume 26, pages 4228-4235.

(2225) Broca's area in system perspective: language in the context of action-orientated perception.   Arbib M, in Broca's Region, pages 153 to 168.   Grodzinsky Y and Amunts K, Editors.   Oxford University Press.   2006.   [If this reference has been accessed through reference (2155), then that reference page can be viewed underneath this reference page].

(2226) Functional unity of the ponto-cerebellum: evidence that intrapontine communication is mediated by a reciprocal loop with the cerebellar nuclei.   Möck M, Butovas S and Schwarz C.   2006.  Journal of Neurophysiology, voume 95, pages 3414-3425.

(2227) Mathematical models of proprioceptors. I. Control and transduction in the muscle spindle.   Mileusnic MP, Brown IE, Lan N and Loeb GE.   2006.   Journal of Neurophysiology, voume 96, pages 1772-1788.

(2228) Mathematical models of proprioceptors. II. Structure and function of the Golgi tendon organ.   Mileusnic MP and Loeb GE.   2006.   Journal of Neurophysiology, voume 96, pages 1789-1802.

(2229) A sex allocation theory for vertebrates: combining local resource competition and condition-dependent allocation.   Wild G and West SA.   2007.   The American Naturalist, volume 170, pages E112-E128.

(2230) Gossip as an alternative for direct observation in games of indirect reciprocity.   Sommerfeld RD, Krambeck HJ, Semmann D and Milinski M.   2007.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 104, pages 17435-17440.