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(2622) A neurochemical approach to valuation sensitivity over gains and losses.   Zhong S, Israel S, Xue H, Sham PC, Ebstein RP and Chew SH.   2009.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 276, pages 4181-4188.

(2623) Long-term social bonds promote cooperation in the iterated Prisoner's Dilemma.   St-Pierre A, Larose K and Dubois F.   2009.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 276, pages 4223-4228.

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(2626) Neural representations of complex temporal modulations in the human auditory cortex.   Ding N and Simon JZ.   2009.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 102, pages 2731-2743.

(2627) Time course of activity in itch-related brain regions: a combined MEG-fMRI study.   Mochizuki H, Inui K, Tanabe HC, Akiyama LF, Otsuru N, Yamashiro K, Sasaki A, Nakata H, Sadato N and Kakigi R.   2009.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 102, pages 2657-2666.

(2628) Age-related declines in visuospatial working memory correlate with deficits in explicit motor sequence learning.   Bo J, Borza V and Seidler RD.   2009.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 102, pages 2744-2754.

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