(3081) The curse of being single: both male and female Gammarus pulex benefit energetically from precopulatory mate guarding.   Iltis C, Dechaume-Moncharmont F-X, Galipaud M, Moreau J, Bollache L and Lou√Ępre P.    2017.   Animal Behaviour, volume 130, pages 67-72.
    With reference to hyperbole, pleading is melodramatic in the scientific context.

(3082) Perspectives on classical controversies about the motor cortex.   Omrani M, Kaufman MT, Hatsopoulos NG and Cheney PD.   2017.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 118, pages 1828-1848.

(3083) The neural mechanisms able to predict future emotion regulation decisions.   Bendall RCA.   2017.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 118, pages 1824-1827.
    With reference to misled subjects, what did the subjects make of the "surprise final task"? To what degree did the surprise cause emotions that influenced choice? How were the subjects recruited, what were they told they would be doing, did they receive rewards, were they debriefed by the researchers, and were they able to debrief the researchers, with particular reference to the "surprise final task"?

(3084) The cerebellum does more than sensory prediction error-based learning in sensorimotor adaptation tasks.   Butcher PA, Ivry RB, Kuo SH, Rydz D, Krakauer JW and Taylor JA.   2017.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 118, pages 1622-1636.
    Spinocerebellar ataxia may include cognitive impairment, amongst other features not related to the cerebellum.

(3085) Long-interval intracortical inhibition is asymmetric in young but not older adults.   Vallence AM, Smalley E, Drummond PD and Hammond GR.   2017.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 118, pages 1581-1590.

(3086) The evolution of contralateral control of the body by the brain: is it a protective mechanism?   Whitehead L and Banihani S.   2014.   Laterality, volume 19, pages 325-339.
     There is no puzzle. Unilateral damage does not result in complete unilateral loss because the spinothalamic tracts and the posterior columns cross the spinal cord at different levels, because the optic nerves decussate, and because the cerebral hemisphere and the cerebellar hemisphere on each side of the brain control the opposite side and the same side of the body respectively.

(3087) Neuronal networks in the developing brain are adversely modulated by early psychosocial neglect.   Stamoulis C, Vanderwert RE, Zeanah CH, Fox NA and Nelson CA.   2017.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 118, pages 2275-2288.
     With reference to effects as causes of notional causes, had the children been abandoned because of abnormalities which were found later in the EEG?
     With reference to the relative pronoun "that", "...children that had been brought up in institutions...".

(3088) Measuring and quantifying skin sympathetic nervous system activity in humans.   Greaney JL and Kenney WL.   2017.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 118, pages 2181-2193.

(3089) The third-stimulus temporal discrimination threshold: focusing on the temporal processing of sensory input within primary somatosensory cortex.   Leodori G, Formica A, Zhu X, Conte A, Belvisi D, Cruccu G, Hallett M and Berardelli A.   2017.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 118, pages 2311-2317.

(3090) Influence of pain on motor preparation in the human brain.   Postorino M, May ES, Nickel MM, Tiemann L and Ploner M.   2017.   Journal of Neurophysiology, volume 118, pages 2267-2274.