(2961) Aripiprazole once-monthly for treatment of schizophrenia: double-blind, randomised, non-inferiority study.   Fleischhacker WW, Sanchez R, Perry PP, Jin N, Peters-Strickland T, Johnson BR, Baker RA, Eramo A, McQuade RD, Carson WH, Walling D and Kane JM.   2014.   The British Journal of Psychiatry, volume 205, pages 135-144.

(2962) Predation and the origin of neurones.   Monk T and Paulin MG.   2014.   Brain, Behavior and Evolution, volume 84, pages 246-261.

(2963) Value and probability coding in a feedback-based learning task utilizing food rewards.   Tricomi E and Lempert KM.   2015.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 113, pages 4-13.

(2964) Radial glia phagocytose axonal debris from degenerating overextending axons in the developing olfactory bulb.   Amaya DA, Wegner M, Stolt CC, Chehrehasa F, Ekberg JA and St John JA.   2015.   Journal of Comparative Neurology, volume 523, pages 183-196.

(2965) Use of transcranial magnetic stimulation in autism spectrum disorders.   Oberman LM, Rotenberg A and Pascual-Leone A.   2015.   Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, volume 45, pages 524-536.

(2966) Top-down modulation in human visual cortex predicts the stability of a perceptual illusion.   Kloosterman NA, Meindertsma T, Hillebrand A, van Dijk BW, Lamme VA and Donner TH.   2015.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 113, pages 1063-1076.

(2967) Electrophysiological indices of surround suppression in humans.   Vanegas MI, Blangero A and Kelly SP.   2015.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 113, pages 1100-1109.

(2968) Heightened eating drive and visual food stimuli attenuate central nociceptive processing.   Wright H, Li X, Fallon NB, Giesbrecht T, Thomas A, Harrold JA, Halford JC and Stancak A.   2015.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 113, pages 1323-1333.

(2969) Painful cutaneous laser stimuli induce event-related gamma-band activity in the lateral thalamus of humans.   Kim JH, Chien JH, Liu CC and Lenz FA.   2015.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 113, pages 1564-1573.

(2970) Timing of continuous motor imagery: the two-thirds power law originates in trajectory planning.   Karklinsky M and Flash T.   2015.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 113, pages 2490-2499.