Correlation between Corpus Callosum Sub-Segmental Area and Cognitive Processes in School-Age Children

Finding the beat: a neural perspective across humans and non-human primates

Searching for the origins of musicality across species

Police Culture Influences the Brain Function Underlying Compassion: A gender Study

Affective and Restorative Valences for Three Environmental Categories

Neural correlates of Spatial Working Memory manipulation in a sequential Vernier discrimination task

Differences in auditory timing between human and nonhuman primates

Regulation of blood vessels by prolactin and vasoinhibins

Vasoinhibins regulate the inner and outer blood-retinal barrier and limit retinal oxidative stress

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