[Comp-neuro] JOURNAL OF INTEGRATIVE NEUROSCIENCE, vol. 14 (1)

Roman Poznanski rpoznanski at mail.rockefeller.edu
Thu Dec 4 14:20:35 CET 2014



Journal of Integrative Neuroscience
Volume 14, No.1 (March) 2015


1.  A study of quantum probabilities in the classical Hodgkin-Huxley model

Salari et al



2.  Color properties of the motion detectors projecting to the goldfish tectum:2 Selective stimulation of different

chromatic types of cones

 Maximov et al,



3.  Opposing motion inhibits responses of DS ganglion cells in the fish retina

Damjonovic et al.



4. Conducting processes in simulated chronic inflammatory demyelination polyneuropathy at 20-42 C

 Stephanova et al.



5.  Rats’ Anticipation of Damaged Rungs in a New Version of the Elevated Ladder Skilled Walking Task: Possible Applications  for Testing Rodent Models of Parkinson’s Disease

Cohen  et al.



6.  Visual speech gestures modulate efficient auditory system

 Namasivayam et al.



7. Decoding of visual information from human brain activity: a review of fMRI and EEG studies.

Zafer et al.



8.  Self-relevant beauty evaluation: evidence from ERP study

 Kong and Zhang



"The only journal that combines mathematical neuroscience and experimental brain research for the advancement of a well-grounded theoretical neuroscience."
--Gilbert A. Chauvet, Chief Editor, Journal of Integrative Neuroscience, 2002-2007

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