(2891) Reversed timing-dependent associative plasticity in the human brain through interhemispheric interactions.   Conde V, Vollmann H, Taubert M, Sehm B, Cohen LG, Villringer A and Ragert P.   2013.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 109, pages 2260-2271.

(2892) Suppression of competing speech through entrainment of cortical oscillations.   Horton C, D'Zmura M and Srinivasan R.   2013.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 109, pages 3082-3093.   The abstract includes "high-density", "entrainment-based", and the convoluted "(or "phase-locking")", wherein the brackets and quotation marks appear to express doubts about the wishes of others as shown in the hyphenation.

(2893) Mechanisms of human motor cortex facilitation induced by subthreshold 5-Hz repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation.   Sommer M, Rummel M, Norden C, Rothkegel H, Lang N and Paulus W.   2013.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 109, pages 3060-3066.

(2894) Short- and long-latency interhemispheric inhibitions are additive in human motor cortex.   Ghosh S, Mehta AR, Huang G, Gunraj C, Hoque T, Saha U, Ni Z and Chen R.   2013.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 109, pages 2955-2962.

(2895) Neural systems language: A formal modeling language for the systematic description, unambiguous communication, and automated digital curation of neural connectivity.   Brown RA and Swanson LW.   2013.   Journal of Comparative Neurology, volume 521, pages 2889-2906.   The euphemism "curated" follows the grammatical error of "data is" in an abstract about language.

(2896) Humans are not alone in computing how others see the world.   Whiten A.   2013.   Animal Behaviour, volume 86, pages 213-221.

(2897) Human exit route choice in virtual crowd evacuations.   Bode NWF and Codling EA.   2013.   Animal Behaviour, volume 86, pages 347-358.

(2898) Pseudoreplication: a widespread problem in primate communication research.   Waller BM, Warmelink L, Liebal K, Micheletta J and Slocombe KE.   2013.  Animal Behaviour, volume 86, pages 483-488.  

(2899) The association between therapeutic horseback riding and the social communication and sensory reactions of children with autism.   Ward SC, Whalon K, Rusnak K, Wendell K and Paschall N.   2013.   Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, volume 43, pages 2190-2198.

(2900) Panoptic neuroanatomy: digital microscopy of whole brains and brain-wide circuit mapping.   Mitra PP, Rosa MGP and Karten HJ.   2013.   Brain, Behavior and Evolution, volume 81, pages 203-205.
     With reference to hyphenation, in the three pages of the article there are no less than thirty-nine hyphens and three oblique slashes.
     With reference to brackets, in the three pages of the article there are no less than eleven brackets.
     With reference to inconsistent familiarity, "Edward G Jones" and "the late EG Jones" are associated with the same reference.
     With reference to the use of a plural subject with a singular verb, "digital analysis and computational integration of data is equally important."
     With reference to metaphor, the "blind men and the elephant" problem in neuroscience is said to be excessive focus on narrow aspects of the nervous system in the penultimate paragraph. However, in the first paragraph the authors describe the blind men and the elephant fallacy as attributing the properties of the whole to a part, which is excessive focus on broad aspects of the nervous system.