Welcome to a very special episode of On Your Mind.
This week Liam interviewed a bunch of students and post-docs that presented posters at SFN. These are there stories.
Keith Hengen: Homoeostasis of neuronal spiking
His Neuron Paper: (close access)
Computer modelling shows the need for homoeostasis: (Open Access)
Jonathan Michaels: Neural networks in grasping movements
Multi-electrode array recording in monkeys –
His Blog: ConciousMistakes.com
Anand Krishnan: Peripheral nerve regeneration in mammals
Nico Reggente: Diffusion Tensor Imaging in Value-Directed learning
Value Directed Decision Making: (closed access)
Elise Piazza : Hemisphereic Differences in Binocular Rivalry
Binocular rivalry review
Martin Engel: Treating Schizophrenia with Neuregulin
The state of current antipsychotics:
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