(3041) Perceived Parenting Styles Fail to Mediate Between Anxiety and Attachment Styles in Adult Siblings of Individuals with Developmental Disabilities.   O'Neill LP and Murray LE.   2016.   Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, volume 46, pages 3144-3154.

(3042) Oculomotor inhibition covaries with conscious detection.   White AL and Rolfs M.   2016.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 116, pages 1507-1521. With reference to making sense, the sentence: "We conclude that the reflexive inhibition of microsaccades immediately and inadvertently reveals when the observer becomes aware of a change in the environment." is questionable. Firstly, signals processed in the visual cortex can hardly be considered reflexive. Secondly, the inhibition of microsaccades revealed when the observer thought he or she had become aware of a change in the environment, not when he or she had become aware of a change in the environment.

(3043) Savings for visuomotor adaptation require prior history of error, not prior repetition of successful actions.   Leow LA, de Rugy A, Marinovic W, Riek S and Carroll TJ.   2016.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 116, pages 1603-1614.   "...savings requires..."..."...savings is...".

(3044) White matter and cognition: making the connection.   Filley CM and Fields RD.   2016.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 116, pages 2093-2104.

(3045) Spatial spread of local field potential is band-pass in the primary visual cortex.   Dubey A and Ray S.   2016.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 116, pages 1986-1999.

(3046) High-fidelity optical excitation of cortico-cortical projections at physiological frequencies.   Hass CA and Glickfeld LL.   2016.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 116, pages 2056-2066.

(3047) The search for true numbers of neurons and glial cells in the human brain: A review of 150 years of cell counting.   von Bartheld CS, Bahney J and Herculano-Houzel S.   2016.   Journal of Comparative Neurology, volume 524, pages 3865-3895.

(3048) 24 November 2016 17:05 GMT
            Dear Professor Baron-Cohen,
                                                           I have watched a video of your lecture to EPSIG on 4 October 2016, and I have three questions.
                                                           Are there parental behaviours which are to be avoided because they may select for autism in a child?
                                                           Are there parental behaviours which are to be advised, because they may select against autism in a child?
                                                           Is breast-feeding to be avoided or to be advised?
            Thank you for your consideration,
            Yours sincerely,
            Michael Robinson M.D.

            Professor Baron-Cohen, a psychologist, did not answer these questions, but passed the e-mail to an "Admin Team Leader" at the Autism Research Centre, Department of Psychiatry, University of Cambridge, who responded that they did not have the resources to provide advice on the full range of possible research areas, but who added a set of hyperlinks.

(3049) Reduced Mimicry to Virtual Reality Avatars in Autism Spectrum Disorder.   Forbes PA, Pan X and de C Hamilton AF.   2016.   Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders, volume 46, pages 3788-3797.

(3050) Seeing pain and pleasure on self and others: behavioral and psychophysiological reactivity in immersive virtual reality.   Fusaro M, Tieri G and Aglioti SM.   2016.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 116, pages 2656-2662.   "...vicarious sensation of pain and pleasure without actually delivering any stimulus to participants' real body..."