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  1. Attention points to the future.

    Nature Neuroscience 14(2):130 (2011) PMID 21270779

  2. How hard is the CNS hardware?

    Nature Neuroscience 13(12):1444 (2010)

  3. Prime time for stress.

    Nature Neuroscience 13(10):1156 (2010) PMID 20877277

  4. Neural substrates of motor memory consolidation depend on practice structure.

    Nature Neuroscience 13(8):923 (2010) PMID 20622872

    We investigated the manner in which offline neural networks are modulated by practice structures that affect motor-skill retention. Interference to dorsolateral-prefrontal cortex (DLPFC), but not to primary motor cortex (M1), after variable practice attenuated motor-skill retention, whereas interfer...
  5. Ensuring data integrity
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    Nature Neuroscience 12(10):1205 (2009) PMID 19783973

  6. Approach sensitivity in the retina processed by a multifunctional neural circuit

    Nature Neuroscience 12(10):1308 (2009) PMID 19734895

    We combined genetic labeling of cell types, two-photon microscopy, electrophysiology and theoretical modeling to address this question. We identify an approach-sensitive ganglion cell type in the mouse retina, resolve elements of its afferent neural circuit, and describe how these confer approach se...
  7. Changes in house rules
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    Nature Neuroscience 12(8):955 (2009) PMID 19636344

  8. Corrigendum: Links from complex spikes to local plasticity and motor learning in the cerebellum of awake-behaving monkeys

    Nature Neuroscience 12(6):808 (2009) PMID 19471272

  9. Kuru, moral peril and the creation of value in science

    Nature Neuroscience 12(5):525 (2009)

  10. Force field effects on cerebellar Purkinje cell discharge with implications for internal models.

    Nature Neuroscience 9(11):1404 (2006) PMID 17028585

    We recorded from 166 task-related Purkinje cells in two monkeys performing circular manual tracking under varying viscous and elastic loads. Hand forces and arm muscle activity increased with the load, and their spatial tuning differed markedly between the viscous and elastic fields. In contrast, th...