(2711) Transcranial magnetic stimulation in different current directions activates separate cortical circuits. Ni Z, Charab S, Gunraj C, Nelson AJ, Udupa K, Yeh IJ and Chen R. 2011. Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 105, pages 749-756.
(2712) Cooperation among non-relatives evolves by state-dependent generalized reciprocity. Barta Z, McNamara JM, Huszár DB and Taborsky M. 2011. Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 278, pages 843-848.
(2713) The immunological effects of thought suppression. Petrie KJ, Booth RJ and Pennebaker JW. 1998. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, volume 75, pages 1264-1272.
(2714) Cytoarchitecture of the lateral ganglionic eminence and rostral extension of the lateral ventricle in the human fetal brain. Guerrero-Cázares H, Gonzalez-Perez O, Soriano-Navarro M, Zamora-Berridi G, García-Verdugo JM and Quinoñes-Hinojosa A. 2011. Journal of Comparative Neurology, volume 519, pages 1165-1180.
(2715) Evolution of the basal ganglia; Dual output pathways conserved throughout vertebrate phylogeny. Stephenson-Jones M, Ericsson J, Robertson B, and Grillner S. 2012. Journal of Comparative Neurology, volume 520, pages 2957-2973.
(2716) Time course of the induction of homeostatic plasticity generated by repeated transcranial direct current stimulation of the human motor cortex. Fricke K, Seeber AA, Thirugnanasambandam N, Paulus W, Nitsche MA and Rothwell JC. 2011. Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 105, pages 1141-1149.
(2717) Indexing the graded allocation of visuospatial attention using anticipatory alpha oscillations. Gould IC, Rushworth MF and Nobre AC. 2011. Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 105, pages 1318-1326.
With reference to objects and subjects, having established that the object, lateralisation of alpha oscillations, was a function of the subject, varying degrees of spatial uncertainty, the researchers then described how other objects, such as reaction times, were functions of the now subject, individual differences in alpha desynchronization contralateral to attention. Would reaction times not have been a plausible function of varying degrees of spatial uncertainty, the former subject, so that what was needed was a simple statement comparing the relationship between the former subject and the new object with the relationship between the new subject and the new object. To what extent did varying degrees of spatial uncertainty predict reaction times when alpha desynchronization contralateral to attention was kept constant?
(2718) Object-based attention to one of two superimposed surfaces alters responses in human early visual cortex. Ciaramitaro VM, Mitchell JF, Stoner GR, Reynolds JH and Boynton GM. 2011. Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 105, pages 1258-1265.
(2719) The timing of associative memory formation: frontal lobe and anterior medial temporal lobe activity at associative binding predicts memory. Hales JB and Brewer JB. 2011. Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 105, pages 1454-1463.
(2720) Behavioral correlates of human hippocampal delta and theta oscillations during navigation. Watrous AJ, Fried I and Ekstrom AD. 2011. Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 105, pages 1747-1755.