Autism: The Movement Sensing Perspective
Advances in the Neuroscience of Addiction
Translational Pain Research: From Mouse to Man
Neurobiology of TRP Channels
Statistical Techniques for Neuroscientists
Translational Research in Traumatic Brain Injury
Itch: Mechanisms and Treatment
Neurobiology of Chemical Communication
Spike Timing: Mechanisms and Function
Transcranial Brain Stimulation
Donald C. Lo, Robert E. Hughes
November 15, 2017
In 1993, the genetic mutation responsible for Huntington’s disease (HD) was identified. Considered a milestone in human genomics, this discovery has led to nearly two decades of remarkable progress that has greatly increased our knowledge of HD, and documented an unexpectedly large and diverse...
Elizabeth B. Torres, Caroline Whyatt
October 03, 2017
Autism: The Movement Sensing Perspective is the result of a collaborative effort by parents, therapists, clinicians, and researchers from all disciplines in science including physics, engineering, and applied mathematics. This book poses questions regarding the current conceptualization and...
Cynthia M. Kuhn, George F. Koob
September 14, 2017
Understanding the phenomenon of long-lasting vulnerability to addiction is essential to developing successful treatments. Written by an international team of authorities in their respective fields, Advances in the Neuroscience of Addiction provides an excellent overview of the available...
Lawrence Kruger, Alan R Light
September 12, 2017
One of the Most Rapidly Advancing Fields in Modern Neuroscience The success of molecular biology and the new tools derived from molecular genetics have revolutionized pain research and its translation to therapeutic effectiveness. Bringing together recent advances in modern neuroscience regarding...
Tamara Luti Rosenbaum Emir
September 07, 2017
During the last two decades, there has been an explosion of research pertaining to the molecular mechanisms that allow for organisms to detect different stimuli that is an essential feature for their survival. Among these mechanisms, living beings need to be able to respond to different...
Young K. Truong, Mechelle M. Lewis
August 12, 2016
Statistical Techniques for Neuroscientists introduces new and useful methods for data analysis involving simultaneous recording of neuron or large cluster (brain region) neuron activity. The statistical estimation and tests of hypotheses are based on the likelihood principle derived from stationary...
Daniel Laskowitz, Gerald Grant
October 09, 2015
Traumatic brain injury (TBI) remains a significant source of death and permanent disability, contributing to nearly one-third of all injury related deaths in the United States and exacting a profound personal and economic toll. Despite the increased resources that have recently been brought to bear...
E. Carstens, Tasuku Akiyama
February 25, 2014
Advances in itch research have elucidated differences between itch and pain but have also blurred the distinction between them. There is a long debate about how somatic sensations including touch, pain, itch, and temperature sensitivity are encoded by the nervous system. Research suggests that each...
February 14, 2014
Intraspecific communication involves the activation of chemoreceptors and subsequent activation of different central areas that coordinate the responses of the entire organism—ranging from behavioral modification to modulation of hormones release. Animals emit intraspecific chemical signals, often...
Laurival Antonio De Luca Jr., Jose Vanderlei Menani, Alan Kim Johnson
October 01, 2013
A timely symposium entitled Body-Fluid Homeostasis: Transduction and Integration was held at Araraquara, São Paulo, Brazil in 2011. This meeting was convened as an official satellite of a joint gathering of the International Society for Autonomic Neuroscience (ISAN) and the American Autonomic...
Patricia M. DiLorenzo, Jonathan D. Victor
May 02, 2013
Neuronal communication forms the basis for all behavior, from the smallest movement to our grandest thought processes. Among the many mechanisms that support these functions, spike timing is among the most powerful and—until recently—perhaps the least studied. In the last two decades, however, the...
Carlo Miniussi, Walter Paulus, Paolo M. Rossini
December 03, 2012
Since the discovery of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) and transcranial electrical stimulation (tES), these non-invasive brain stimulation (NIBS) techniques have been used to investigate the state of cortical excitability, and the excitability of the cortico-cortical and corticospinal...