Rain G. Bosworth, at Rochester Institute of Technology, describes the use of the preferential looking paradigm in eye tracking studies to examine infant sensitivity to visual language.
Anne Marion Taylor, at UNC Neuroscience Center, and colleagues demonstrate the use of compartmentalized microfluidic chips to differentiate human neural stem cells into excitatory neurons.
Erik R. Duboué, at Florida Atlantic University, and colleagues describe a method for measuring stress behaviorally in adult zebrafish.
Adam Williamson, at Aix-Marseille Universite, and colleagues present a protocol to prevent seizures in mice using electrophoretic delivery of GABA.
Wei He, at Macquarie University, and colleagues present a child-friendly protocol to improve data quality by reducing head movement during pediatric magnetoencephalography.
Jeannette Mahoney, at Albert Einstein College of Medicine, demonstrates how to calculate the magnitude of multisensory integration effects using the race model inequality.
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