(2281) Global topological dominance in the left hemisphere.   Wang B, Zhou TG, Zhuo Y and Chen L.   2007.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 104, pages 21014-21019.    Comment. Holes, objects and the left hemisphere.   He S.   2008.   Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, volume 105, pages 1103-1104.

(2282) Repeated stress alters dendritic spine morphology in the rat medial prefrontal cortex.   Radley JJ, Rocher AB, Rodriguez A, Ehlenberger DB, Dammann M, McEwen BS, Morrison JH, Wearne SL and Hof PR.   2008.   Journal of Comparative Neurology, volume 507, pages 1141-1150.

(2283) EEG correlates of moderate intermittent explosive disorder.   Koelsch S, Sammler D, Jentschke S and Siebel WA.   2008.   Clinical Neurophysiology, volume 119, pages 151-162.

(2284) High-frequency gamma activity (80-150Hz) is increased in human cortex during selective attention.   Ray S, Niebur E, Hsiao SS, Sinai A and Crone NE.   2008.   Clinical Neurophysiology, volume 119, pages 116-133.

(2285) The influence of hostility on electroencephalographic activity and memory functioning during an affective memory task.   Everhart DE, Demaree HA and Harrison DW.   2008.   Clinical Neurophysiology, volume 119, pages 134-143.

(2286) Clinical neurophysiology of fatigue.   Zwarts MJ, Bleijenberg G and van Engelen BG.   2008.   Clinical Neurophysiology, volume 119, pages 2-10.

(2287) Event-related wave activity in the EEG provides new marker of ADHD.   Alexander DM, Hermens DF, Keage HA, Clark CR, Williams LM, Kohn MR, Clarke SD, Lamb C and Gordon E.   2008.   Clinical Neurophysiology, volume 119, pages 163-179.

(2288) Laterality of auditory startle responses in humans.   Kofler M, Müller J, Rinnerthaler-Weichbold M and Valls-Solé J.   2008.   Clinical Neurophysiology, volume 119, pages 309-314.

(2289) Unusual behaviour of captive-raised gibbons: implications for welfare.   Cheyne SM.   2006.   Primates, volume 47, pages 322-326.

(2290) Stimulation of the caudal zona incerta is superior to stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus in improving contralateral parkinsonism.   Plaha P, Ben-Shlomo Y, Patel NK and Gill SS.   2006.   Brain, volume 129, pages 1732-1747.