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(3022) Neuronal responses to tactile stimuli and tactile sensations evoked by microstimulation in the human thalamic principal somatic sensory nucleus (ventral caudal).   Schmid AC, Chien JH, Greenspan JD, Garonzik I, Weiss N, Ohara S and Lenz FA.   2016.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 115, pages 2421-2433.

(3023) Frontal and motor cortex contributions to response inhibition: evidence from electrocorticography.   Fonken YM, Rieger JW, Tzvi E, Crone NE, Chang E, Parvizi J, Knight RT and Krämer UM.   2016.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 115, pages 2224-2236.

(3024) Human-specific increase of dopaminergic innervation in a striatal region associated with speech and language: A comparative analysis of the primate basal ganglia.   Raghanti MA, Edler MK, Stephenson AR, Wilson LJ, Hopkins WD, Ely JJ, Erwin JM, Jacobs B, Hof PR and Sherwood CC.   2016.   Journal of Comparative Neurology, volume 524, pages 2117-2129.

(3025) The effect of parenting style on social smiling in infants at high and low risk for ASD.   Harker CM, Ibañez LV, Nguyen TP, Messinger DS and Stone WL.   2016.   Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, volume 46, pages 2399-2407.

(3026) Beta modulation reflects name retrieval in the human anterior temporal lobe: an intracranial recording study.   Abel TJ, Rhone AE, Nourski KV, Ando TK, Oya H, Kovach CK, Kawasaki H, Howard MA 3rd and Tranel D.   2016.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 115, pages 3052-3061.

(3027) No escape from mother's will: effects of maternal testosterone on offspring reproductive behaviour far into adulthood.   Hsu B-Y, Dijkstra C and Groothuis TGG.   2016.   Animal Behaviour, volume 117, pages 135-144.

(3028) Voltage imaging to understand connections and functions of neuronal circuits.   Antic SD, Empson RM and Knöpfel T.   2016.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 116, pages 135-152.   With reference to metaphor, "Game-changing" is inadvertent social information about the researchers. A "significant" advance would have sufficed.

(3029) Visual-vestibular processing in the human Sylvian fissure.   Frank SM, Wirth AM and Greenlee MW.   2016.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 116, pages 263-271.

(3030) Dickensian Diagnoses.   Russell Brain W.   1961.   Pages 123-136, in Some Reflections on Genius and other Essays.   London.   Pitman Medical Publishing Co. Ltd.