(2721) A general rule for sensory cue summation: evidence from photographic, musical, phonetic and cross-modal stimuli.   To MP, Baddeley RJ, Troscianko T and Tolhurst DJ.   2011.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 278, pages 1365-1372.

(2722) Asynchrony adaptation reveals neural population code for audio-visual timing.   Roach NW, Heron J, Whitaker D and McGraw PV.   2011.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 278, pages 1314-1322.

(2723) Neural processing of imminent collision in humans.   Billington J, Wilkie RM, Field DT and Wann JP.   2011.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 278, pages 1476-1481.

(2724) Subretinal electronic chips allow blind patients to read letters and combine them to words.   Zrenner E, Bartz-Schmidt KU, Benav H, Besch D, Bruckmann A, Gabel VP, Gekeler F, Greppmaier U, Harscher A, Kibbel S, Koch J, Kusnyerik A, Peters T, Stingl K, Sachs H, Stett A, Szurman P, Wilhelm B and Wilke R.   2011.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 278, pages 1489-1497.

(2725) Primate prefrontal cortex evolution: human brains are the extreme of a lateralized ape trend.   Smaers JB, Steele J, Case CR, Cowper A, Amunts K and Zilles K.   2011.   Brain, Behavior and Evolution, volume 77, pages 67-78.

(2726) A pilot study of maternal sensitivity in the context of emergent autism.   Baker JK, Messinger DS, Lyons KK and Grantz CJ.   2011.   Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, volume 40, pages 988-999.
     With reference to italics, there are 10 uses in a text of 10 pages, inclusive of "and", "feels", and "more".

(2727) Blueprint of an ancestral neurosensory organ revealed in glial networks in human dental pulp.   Farahani RM, Simonian M and Hunter N.   2011.   Journal of Comparative Neurology, volume 519, pages 3306-3326.

(2728) Nalmefene in the treatment of pathological gambling: multicentre, double-blind, placebo-controlled study.   Grant JE, Odlaug BL, Potenza MN, Hollander E and Kim SW.   2010.   British Journal of Psychiatry, volume 197, pages 330-331.

(2729) Experimental peripheral administration of oxytocin elevates a suite of cooperative behaviours in a wild social mammal.   Madden JR and Clutton-Brock TH.   2011.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 278, pages 1189-1194.
     With reference to anthropomorphism, the euphemistic title overlies mediocre science and a flawed publication, as described in the illustrations below. The motivation to publish such questionable material is arguably anthropomorphic.
     With reference to euphemism, the word "elevates" is unusual in the causal context, and the word "suite" is unusual in the behavioural context. Unsurprisingly, analysis shows that the title is not proven by the content of the article, because the oxytocin was given in a carrier, inclusive of chlorobutanol, for which there was no control.
     With reference to new material, the legend to figure 2, on page 1192, describes "excreting behaviours", which have not been explained hitherto in the text, which are not explained thereafter in the text, and which are not present in the labels to figure 2.

(2730) Modulation of motor cortex neuronal networks by rTMS: comparison of local and remote effects of six different protocols of stimulation.   Di Lazzaro V, Dileone M, Pilato F, Capone F, Musumeci G, Ranieri F, Ricci V, Bria P, Di Iorio R, de Waure C, Pasqualetti P and Profice P.   2011.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 105, pages 2150-2156.