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  • Task-dependent organization of brain regions active during rest (2009)

    By Howard C. Nusbaum, et al. "The human brain demonstrates complex yet systematic patterns of neural activity at rest. We examined whether functional connectivity among those brain regions typically active during rest depends on ongoing and recent task demands and individual differences. We probed...
    (Something interesting I found) Posted by: A. J. Stasic
  • Big Brain: The Origins and Future of Intelligence (2009)

    "In this groundbreaking look at the evolution of our brains, eminent neuroscientists Gary Lynch and Richard Granger uncover the mysteries of the outsize intelligence of our ancestors, who had bigger brains than humans living today. Weaving together history, science, and the latest theories of artificial...
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  • Genetic contributions of the serotonin transporter to social learning of fear and economic decision making (2009)

    Liviu G. Cri an, Simona Pan , Romana Vulturar, Renata M. Heilman, Raluca Szekely,Bogdan Drug and Andrei C. Miu Serotonin (5-HT) modulates emotional and cognitive functions such as fear conditioning (FC) and decision making. This study investigated the effects of a functional polymorphism in the regulatory...
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  • Colony-level cognition (2009)

    James A.R. Marshall and Nigel R. Franks "What is cognition? We favour the following definition of cognition: “cognition [is] the ability to use internal representations of information acquired in separate events, and to combine these to generate novel information and apply it in an adaptive manner...
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  • Functional Neuroanatomy: The Locus of Human Intelligence (2009)

    Parashkev Nachev, Yee-Haur Mah and Masud Husain A new study mapping the functional effects of brain lesions has revealed a surprising map of human intelligence, stimulating a re-evaluation of data from purely correlative methods such as functional magnetic resonance imaging. Read the article.
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  • Social Learning: What Do Drosophila Have to Offer? (2009)

    Ellouise Leadbeater The recent finding that female Drosophila copy the mate-choice criteria of other females introduces a mainstream model species to the study of how animals use social information. Read the article.
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