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IN THE NEWS

Lifespan development of attentiveness in domestic dogs: drawing parallels with humans

Attention is pivotal to consciousness, perception, cognition, and working memory in all mammals, and therefore changes in attention over the lifespan are likely to influence development and aging of all of these functions...


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The development of complex tooth shape in reptiles

Reptiles have a diverse array of tooth shapes, from simple unicuspid to complex multicuspid teeth, reflecting functional adaptation to a variety of diets and eating styles. In addition to cusps, often complex longitudinal labial and lingual enamel crests...


IN THE NEWS

Do cavies talk?: The effect of anthropomorphic books on children's knowledge about animals

Many books for young children present animals in fantastical and unrealistic ways, as wearing clothes, talking and engaging in human-like activities. This research examined whether...


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Biofortification: how can we exploit plant science to reduce micronutrient deficiencies?

In many areas of the world, inadequate amounts of micronutrients in the human diet have more devastating consequences than low energy intake. As examples, deficiencies in zinc, iodine, iron and...

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Sensory impairment and its impact on the mental health of older adults (this Research Topic is cross-listed in Human Neuroscience)

Hosted by: Bamini Gopinath, Louise Hickson, Kaarin Anstey and Catherine McMahon

Submit by: September 25, 2014

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Rebecca Elliott Neuroscience and Psychiatry Department, University of Manchester Frontiers Review Editor

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