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Tactile stimulation of young WAG/Rij rats prevents development of depression but not absence epilepsy
Tactile stimulation of young WAG/Rij rats prevents development of depression but not absence epilepsy
Investigations in Wistar Albino Glaxo from Rijswijk (WAG/Rij) rats that are susceptible to genetic absence epilepsy have d...
The effects of reward and punishment on the performance of ping-pong ball bouncing
The effects of reward and punishment on the performance of ping-pong ball bouncing
IntroductionReward and punishment modulate behavior. In real-world motor skill learning, reward and punishment have been f...
Retrosplenial cortex and aversive conditioning
Retrosplenial cortex and aversive conditioning
The retrosplenial cortex (RSC) is well-known for its contribution to episodic memory, as well as contextual and spatial le...
Editorial: Animal-friendly methods for rodent behavioral testing in neuroscience research
Editorial: Animal-friendly methods for rodent behavioral testing in neuroscience research
Background Rodents have been employed in modern scientific research from the 17th century. However, in the early period ...
Italian validation of the body odor disgust scale
Italian validation of the body odor disgust scale
IntroductionDisgust sensitivity to body odors plays a role in a set of psychological mechanisms supposedly evolved to avoi...
Erratum: Editorial: Towards a new 3Rs era in experimental research
Erratum: Editorial: Towards a new 3Rs era in experimental research
Due to a production error, [Düpjan, S., and Dawkins, M., S. (2022). Animal Welfare and Resistance to Disease: Interac...
Not seeing the forest for the trees: combination of path integration and landmark cues in human virtual navigation
Not seeing the forest for the trees: combination of path integration and landmark cues in human virtual navigation
IntroductionIn order to successfully move from place to place, our brain often combines sensory inputs from various source...
Effects of social housing on alcohol intake in mice depend on the non-social environment
Effects of social housing on alcohol intake in mice depend on the non-social environment
BackgroundExcessive alcohol consumption leads to serious health problems. Mechanisms regulating the consumption of alcohol...
Human resilience depends on distinctively human brain circuitry and development
Human resilience depends on distinctively human brain circuitry and development
Most studies of psychological resilience in the past century have focused on either biological or social psychological cor...
Involvement and regulation of the left anterior cingulate cortex in the ultrasonic communication deficits of autistic mice
Involvement and regulation of the left anterior cingulate cortex in the ultrasonic communication deficits of autistic mice
IntroductionAutism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a group of diseases often characterized by poor sociability and challenges i...
High mirror symmetry in mouse exploratory behavior
High mirror symmetry in mouse exploratory behavior
The physicality of the world in which the animal acts—its anatomical structure, physiology, perception, emotional states, ...
Effects of transcranial alternating current stimulation to the supplementary motor area on motor learning
Effects of transcranial alternating current stimulation to the supplementary motor area on motor learning
Transcranial alternating current stimulation (tACS) is a noninvasive method for brain stimulation that artificially modula...
Navigating the complex terrain of motivated behavior: a bibliometric and neuroscientific perspective
Navigating the complex terrain of motivated behavior: a bibliometric and neuroscientific perspective
Over several decades, motivated behavior has emerged as a crucial study area within neuroscience. Understanding the neural...
Reinforcement feedback impairs locomotor adaptation and retention
Reinforcement feedback impairs locomotor adaptation and retention
IntroductionLocomotor adaptation is a motor learning process used to alter spatiotemporal elements of walking that are dri...
Expression of Toll-like receptors in the cerebellum during pathogenesis of prion disease
Expression of Toll-like receptors in the cerebellum during pathogenesis of prion disease
Prion diseases, such as scrapie, entail the accumulation of disease-specific prion protein (PrPSc) within the brain. Toll-...
Editorial: Towards a new 3Rs era in experimental research
Editorial: Towards a new 3Rs era in experimental research
The last decade has seen a rise in the interest to apply the 3Rs principle in pre-clinical research. This 64 years old pri...
Neuronal, affective, and sensory correlates of targeted helping behavior in male and female Sprague Dawley rats
Neuronal, affective, and sensory correlates of targeted helping behavior in male and female Sprague Dawley rats
IntroductionEmpathic behaviors are driven by the ability to understand the emotional states of others along with the motiv...
Emotional dyscontrol in multiple sclerosis: an opinion article
Emotional dyscontrol in multiple sclerosis: an opinion article
INTRODUCTIONThe overall quality of life and well-being of individuals with multiple sclerosis (MS) are dramatically affect...
Evolutionary origin of alpha rhythms in vertebrates
Evolutionary origin of alpha rhythms in vertebrates
The purpose of this review extends beyond the traditional triune brain model, aiming to elucidate the evolutionary aspects...
Editorial: Insights in learning and memory: 2022
Editorial: Insights in learning and memory: 2022
uncovered in studies of female mice that collectively show the vital important of sex as a determinant of fear extinction....
NrCAM-deficient mice exposed to chronic stress exhibit disrupted latent inhibition, a hallmark of schizophrenia
NrCAM-deficient mice exposed to chronic stress exhibit disrupted latent inhibition, a hallmark of schizophrenia
The neuronal cell adhesion molecule (NrCAM) is widely expressed and has important physiological functions in the nervous s...
Uncinate fasciculus microstructural organisation and emotion recognition in schizophrenia: controlling for hit rate bias
Uncinate fasciculus microstructural organisation and emotion recognition in schizophrenia: controlling for hit rate bias
IntroductionSchizophrenia (SCZ) is a complex neurodevelopmental disorder characterised by functional and structural brain ...
Improvement of symptoms in children with autism by TOMATIS training: a cross-sectional and longitudinal study
Improvement of symptoms in children with autism by TOMATIS training: a cross-sectional and longitudinal study
IntroductionAutism spectrum disorder (ASD) is a neurological condition that is marked by deficits in social interaction, d...