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Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience
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Journal of Neuroscience Methods
Recently Published Open Access Articles
SI: Brain rhythms and dynamic coordination
Current Opinion in Neurobiology, Volume 31, pages 1-264 (Publication: April 2015)
Edited by Gyorgy Buzsaki, Walter Freeman
Hearing Research, Volume 322, pages 1-242 (Publication: April 2015)
Edited by Fan-Gang Zeng, Barbara Canlon
Ocular extracellular matrix: Role in development, homeostasis and disease
Experimental Eye Research, Volume 133, pages 1-140 (Publication: April 2015)
Edited by Muayyad R. Al-Ubaidi, W. Matthew Petroll
Brain Computer Interfaces; Tribute to Greg A. Gerhardt
Journal of Neuroscience Methods, Volume 244, pages 1-164 (Publication: April 2015)
Edited by Robert E Hampson, Andrzej Cichock
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