(2811) Mapping pain activation and connectivity of the human habenula.   Shelton L, Pendse G, Maleki N, Moulton EA, Lebel A, Becerra L and Borsook D.   2012.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 107, pages 2633-2648.

(2812) Testosterone disrupts human collaboration by increasing egocentric choices.   Wright ND, Bahrami B, Johnson E, Di Malta G, Rees G, Frith CD and Dolan RJ.   2012.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 279, pages 2275-2280.

(2813) Visual extrapolation under risk: human observers estimate and compensate for exogenous uncertainty.   Warren PA, Graf EW, Champion RA and Maloney LT.   2012.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 279, pages 2171-2179.

(2814) Orbital prefrontal cortex volume predicts social network size: an imaging study of individual differences in humans.   Powell J, Lewis PA, Roberts N, García-Fiñana M and Dunbar RI.   2012.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 279, pages 2157-2162.

(2815) Second-to-fourth digit ratio and facial shape in boys: the lower the digit ratio, the more robust the face.   Meindl K, Windhager S, Wallner B and Schaefer K.   2012.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 279, pages 2457-2463.

(2816) Sounds like a winner: voice pitch influences perception of leadership capacity in both men and women.   Klofstad CA, Anderson RC and Peters S.   2012.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 279, pages 2698-2704.

(2817) Is visual processing in the dorsal stream accessible to consciousness?   Milner AD.   2012.   Proceedings. Biological Sciences / The Royal Society, volume 279, pages 2289-2298.

(2818) β- And γ-band EEG power predicts illusory auditory continuity perception.   Vinnik E, Itskov PM and Balaban E.   2012.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 108, pages 2717-2724.

(2819) Evolution at two levels in humans and chimpanzees. King MC and WIlson AC.   1975.   Science, volume 188, pages 107-116.   The title was arbitrary and misleading, given that the purported levels of evolution in humans and chimpanzees were molecular and organismal, but it was known at the time, and it was acknowledged in the article, that the molecules were arranged differently between the chromosomes of humans and the chromosomes of chimpanzees. Thus there were not two structural levels of evolution between humans and chimpanzees, that is molecular and organismal, but there were three structural levels, molecular, organismal, and chromosomal. Explanations for organismal differences between humans and chimpanzees in the functional terms of gene control, gene expression and regulatory mutations needed to include the structural chromosomal differences between humans and chimpanzees in the causal analysis.

(2820) Microstructural organizational patterns in the human corticostriatal system.   Verstynen TD, Badre D, Jarbo K and Schneider W.   2012.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 107, pages 2984-2995.