(2601) Father-offspring resemblance predicts paternal investment in humans.   Alvergne A, Faurie C and Raymond M.   2009.   Animal Behaviour, volume 78, pages 61-69.   With reference to causes and effects, the better growth and nutritional status of some children may have caused the fathers to invest more in those children.

(2602) Behavioural biologists do not agree on what constitutes behaviour.   Levitis DA, Lidicker WZ Jr. and Freund G.   2009.   Animal Behaviour, volume 78, pages 103-110.
     With reference to reliability, agreement by chance is not discounted.
     With reference to examples, the authors provided four categories of definition, namely operational, essential, widely applicable, and succinct. The authors did not give examples of what could be included within each category of definition, but they did give examples of what could not be included within each category of definition.
     With reference to figures of speech, the metaphorical expression "lumped...into" in the sentence: "We lumped the SPNB subgroup into the little knowledge category because 7 of the 13 respondents of this society that answered the question about knowledge reported little knowledge.", instead of the literal expression "included...in", betrays the misrepresentation of four professional respondents and two knowledgeable respondents as having little specialised knowledge.
     Behaviour is the activation or inhibition of voluntary, striated muscle.

(2603) Asymmetric activation of motor cortex controlling human anterior digastric muscles during speech and target-directed jaw movements.   Sowman PF, Flavel SC, McShane CL, Sakuma S, Miles TS and Nordstrom MA.   2009.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 102, pages 159-166.

(2604) Comparison of time-frequency responses and the event-related potential to auditory speech stimuli in human cortex.   Edwards E, Soltani M, Kim W, Dalal SS, Nagarajan SS, Berger MS and Knight RT.   2009.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 102, pages 377-386.

(2605) Functional tradeoffs in axonal scaling: implications for brain function.   Wang SS.   2008.   Brain, Behavior and Evolution, volume 72, pages 159-167.

(2606) Beyond neuroanatomy: novel approaches to studying brain evolution.   Pollen AA and Hofmann HA.   2008.   Brain, Behavior and Evolution, volume 72, pages 145-158.

(2607) Exploring the origins of the human brain through molecular evolution.   Vallender EJ.   2008.   Brain, Behavior and Evolution, volume 72, pages 168-177.

(2608) What's new, pussycat? On talking to babies and animals.   Burnham D, Kitamura C and Vollmer-Conna U.   2002.   Science, volume 296, page 1435.

(2609) Navigation in human crowds; testing the many-wrongs principle.   Faria JJ, Codling EA, Dyer JRG, Trillmich F and Krause J.   2009.   Animal Behaviour, volume 78, pages 587-591.

(2610) Hippocampal neural assemblies and conscious remembering.   Shirvalkar PR.   2009.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 101, pages 2197-2200.   With respect to references, Crick and Koch are cited twice in the text, on page 2197 as "...Crick and Koch 2004...", and on page 2199 as "...Crick and Koch (2003)...", but neither name appears in the reference list.