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Check the Latest Frontiers E-books in Neuroscience

Check the Latest Frontiers E-books in Neuroscience

Take a look at the newest Frontiers Research Topic E-books published in Neuroscience

Parkinson's Disease: Cell Vulnerability and Disease Progression, hosted by Javier Blesa, Jose L. Lanciego and Jose A. Obeso

The Role of Glia in Plasticity and Behavior, hosted by Vladimir Parpura and Tycho Hoogland

Homeostatic and Retrograde Signaling Mechanisms Modulating Presynaptic Function and Plasticity, hosted by  Jaichandar Subramanian, Michael A. Sutton and Dion Dickman

Neuromodulation of Executive Circuits, hosted by  M. Victoria Puig, Allan T. Gulledge, Evelyn K. Lambe and  Guillermo Gonzalez-Burgos

At The Top of the Interneuronal Pyramid – Calretinin Expressing Cortical Interneurons, hosted by Nada Zecevic, Zsófia Maglóczky and Filip Barinka

Brain Cholinergic Mechanisms, hosted by Sukumar Vijayaraghavan and Geeta Sharma

Individual Differences: From Neurobiological Bases to New Insight on Approach and Avoidance Behavior, hosted by Daniela Laricchiuta

Biosignal Processing and Computational Methods to Enhance Sensory Motor Neuroprosthetics, hosted by Mitsuhiro Hayashibe, David Guiraud, Jose L. Pons and Dario Farina

Turning the Mind’s Eye Inward: The Interplay between Selective Attention and Working Memory, hosted by Elger Abrahamse, Steve Majerus, Wim Fias and Jean-Philippe van Dijck

Neurofeedback in ADHD, hosted by Hartmut Heinrich, Ute Strehl, Martijn Arns, Aribert Rothenberger and Tomas Ros

Stem Cells and Progenitor Cells in Ischemic Stroke – Fashion or Future?, hosted by  Thorsten R. Doeppner and Dirk M. Hermann

Plasticity of GABAergic Synapses, hosted by Andrea Barberis and  Alberto Bacci

Neuropsychology and Neuropsychiatry of Neurodegenerative Disorders, hosted by Manuel Menéndez-González and Tania Álvarez Avellón

Sleep and Chronobiology in Plasticity and Memory, hosted by Jason Robert Gerstner and H. Craig Heller, Sara J. Aton

General Anesthesia: From Theory to Experiments, hosted by Axel Hutt and Anthony G. Hudetz

 

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