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Most viewed Neuroscience articles in March 2015

Most viewed Neuroscience articles in March 2015

The most viewed articles from the "Frontiers in" Neuroscience journals from March 2015. All articles are Open Access - enjoy!
Structural brain abnormalities in postural tachycardia syndrome: A VBM-DARTEL study
Satoshi Umeda*, Neil A. Harrison, Marcus A. Gray, Christopher J. Mathias, and Hugo D. Critchley

The trajectory of gray matter development in Broca’s area is abnormal in people who stutter
Deryk S. Beal*, Jason P. Lerch, Brodie Cameron, Rhaeling Henderson, Vincent L. Gracco, and Luc F. De Nil

Multiple brain networks contribute to the acquisition of bias in perceptual decision-making
Mei-Yen Chen, Koji Jimura, Corey N. White, W. Todd Maddox and Russell A. Poldrack*

Greater widespread functional connectivity of the caudate in older adults who practice kripalu yoga and vipassana meditation than in controls
Tim Gard*, Maxime Taquet, Rohan Dixit, Britta K. Hölzel, Bradford C. Dickerson and Sara W. Lazar

Cognitive mechanisms underlying instructed choice exploration of small city maps
Sofia Sakellaridi, Peka Christova, Vassilios N. Christopoulos, Alice Vialard, John Peponis andApostolos P. Georgopoulos*

Auditory distraction transmitted by a cochlear implant alters allocation of attentional resources
Mareike Finke*, Pascale Sandmann, Bruno Kopp, Thomas Lenarz, and Andreas Büchner

The undermining effect of facial attractiveness on brain responses to fairness in the Ultimatum Game: an ERP study
Qingguo Ma*, Yue Hu, Shushu Jiang and Liang Meng

Molecular cloning and characterization of the allatotropin precursor and receptor in the desert locust, Schistocerca gregaria
Els Lismont, Rut Vleugels, Elisabeth Marchal, Liesbeth Badisco, Pieter Van Wielendaele, Cynthia Lenaerts, Sven Zels, Stephen S. Tobe, Jozef Vanden Broeck and Heleen Verlinden*

Effect of social odor context on the emission of isolation-induced ultrasonic vocalizations in the BTBR T+tf/J mouse model for autism
Markus Wöhr*

Functional significance of the electrocorticographic auditory responses in the premotor cortex
Kazuyo Tanji*, Kaori Sakurada, Hayato Funiu, Kenichiro Matsuda, Takamasa Kayama, Sayuri Ito and Kyoko Suzuki
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