The issue includes the following reviews:
- Drosophila olfactory memory: Single genes to complex neural circuits by Alex C. Keene and Scott Waddell
- Epigenetic regulation in psychiatric disorders by Nadia Tsankova, William Renthal, Arvind Kumar and Eric J. Nestler
- Binocular depth perception and the cerebral cortex by Andrew J. Parker
- Transcriptional regulation of vertebrate axon guidance and synapse formation by Franck Polleux, Gulayse Ince-Dunn and Anirvan Ghosh
There’s also an opinion piece about the cortical organization of speech processing, by Gregory Hickock and David Poeppel. I wrote a post about Broca’s area, one of the speech centres in the brain, last week, and yesterday’s post was about the role of epigenetics in learning and memory.
The free access is available for this month only, and requires registration. The cover image on the right is “Food for Thought” by Kirsten Lee.
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