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Current Opinion in Neurobiology

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Current Opinion in Neurobiology

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The current state of the neurogenic theory of depression and anxiety

Volume 30, Issue , 01 February 2015, Pp 51-58
Bradley R. Miller | René Hen

Untangling cross-frequency coupling in neuroscience

Volume 31, Issue , 01 April 2015, Pp 51-61
Juhan Aru | Jaan Aru | Viola Priesemann | Michael Wibral | Luiz Lana | Gordon Pipa | Wolf Singer | Raul Vicente

New insights on the role of microglia in synaptic pruning in health and disease

Volume 36, Issue , 01 February 2016, Pp 128-134
Soyon Hong | Lasse Dissing-Olesen | Beth Stevens

Sensing the light environment in plants: Photoreceptors and early signaling steps

Volume 34, Issue , 01 October 2015, Pp 46-53
Vinicius Costa Galvão | Christian Fankhauser

Why neurons mix: High dimensionality for higher cognition

Volume 37, Issue , 01 April 2016, Pp 66-74
Stefano Fusi | Earl K. Miller | Mattia Rigotti

Communication through coherence with inter-areal delays

Volume 31, Issue , 01 April 2015, Pp 173-180
Andre M. Bastos | Julien Vezoli | Pascal Fries

Striatal circuits, habits, and implications for obsessive-compulsive disorder

Volume 30, Issue , 01 January 2015, Pp 59-65
Eric Burguière | Patricia Monteiro | Luc Mallet | Guoping Feng | Ann M. Graybiel

Antidepressant actions of ketamine: From molecular mechanisms to clinical practice

Volume 30, Issue , 01 February 2015, Pp 139-143
Lisa M. Monteggia | Carlos Zarate

Microglial genes regulating neuroinflammation in the progression of Alzheimer's disease

Volume 36, Issue , 01 February 2016, Pp 74-81
Claudio Villegas-Llerena | Alexandra Phillips | Pablo Garcia Reitboeck | John Hardy | Jennifer M. Pocock

Autism spectrum disorders: From genes to neurobiology

Volume 30, Issue , 01 January 2015, Pp 92-99
Jeremy J. Willsey | Matthew W. State

Reconciling abnormalities of brain network structure and function in schizophrenia

Volume 30, Issue , 01 January 2015, Pp 44-50
Alex Fornito | Edward T. Bullmore

Memory engram storage and retrieval

Volume 35, Issue , 01 December 2015, Pp 101-109
Susumu Tonegawa | Michele Pignatelli | Dheeraj S. Roy | Tomás J. Ryan

Brain state dependent activity in the cortex and thalamus

Volume 31, Issue , 01 April 2015, Pp 133-140
David A. McCormick | Matthew J. McGinley | David B. Salkoff

Multiple signals in anterior cingulate cortex

Volume 37, Issue , 01 April 2016, Pp 36-43
N. Kolling | T. E.J. Behrens | M. K. Wittmann | M. F.S. Rushworth

A circuit for pupil orienting responses: Implications for cognitive modulation of pupil size

Volume 33, Issue , 01 August 2015, Pp 134-140
Chin An Wang | Douglas P. Munoz

Neurobiology of dyslexia

Volume 30, Issue , 01 February 2015, Pp 73-78
Elizabeth S. Norton | Sara D. Beach | John D.E. Gabrieli

LFP and oscillations-what do they tell us?

Volume 31, Issue , 01 January 2015, Pp 1-6
Karl J. Friston | André M. Bastos | Dimitris Pinotsis | Vladimir Litvak

Neural coding within human brain areas involved in actions

Volume 33, Issue , 01 August 2015, Pp 141-149
Jason P. Gallivan | Jody C. Culham

Olfactory learning skews mushroom body output pathways to steer behavioral choice in Drosophila

Volume 35, Issue , 01 December 2015, Pp 178-184
David Owald | Scott Waddell

Molecular neurobiology of Drosophila taste

Volume 34, Issue , 01 October 2015, Pp 140-148
Erica Gene Freeman | Anupama Dahanukar

Depression: From psychopathology to pathophysiology

Volume 30, Issue , 01 February 2015, Pp 24-30
Catherine Belzung | Paul Willner | Pierre Philippot

On simplicity and complexity in the brave new world of large-scale neuroscience

Volume 32, Issue , 01 June 2015, Pp 148-155
Peiran Gao | Surya Ganguli

Interareal oscillatory synchronization in top-down neocortical processing

Volume 31, Issue , 01 April 2015, Pp 62-66
Steven L. Bressler | Craig G. Richter

From regions to connections and networks: New bridges between brain and behavior

Volume 40, Issue , 01 October 2016, Pp 1-7
Bratislav Mišić | Olaf Sporns

The thalamocortical network as a single slow wave-generating unit

Volume 31, Issue , 01 April 2015, Pp 72-80
Vincenzo Crunelli | Francois David | Magor L. Lorincz | Stuart W. Hughes