JoVE Brain Research & Behavior Newsletter | May 2019

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Infant Eye Tracking

Infant Eye Tracking Video Clip

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.

Compartmentalizing Neurons

Compartmentalizing Neurons

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.

Stress in Zebrafish

Zebrafish in a Beaker

Erik R. Duboué, at Florida Atlantic University, and colleagues describe a method for measuring stress behaviorally in adult zebrafish.

Implantable Drug Delivery

Implantable Drug Delivery

Adam Williamson, at Aix-Marseille Universite, and colleagues present a protocol to prevent seizures in mice using electrophoretic delivery of GABA.

Magnetoencephalography in Children

Magnetoencephalography in Children

Wei He, at Macquarie University, and colleagues present a child-friendly protocol to improve data quality by reducing head movement during pediatric magnetoencephalography.

Multisensory Integration Effects

Multisensory Integration Effects

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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RNA/DNA In Situ Hybridization Techniques

In Situ Hybridization

New Techniques and Approaches for the Assessment or Intervention in Learning Disabilities and ADHD

Assessment of Learning Disabilities and ADHD

Cognitive Psychology

Cognitive Psychology

This collection describes a number of influential paradigms used to study complex mental processes underlying attention, perception, learning, and memory.

Neuroscience

Neuroscience

This collection provides an introduction to the field of neuroscience, exploring five major branches of study: neurophysiology; neuroanatomy; cell and molecular neuroscience; behavioral neuroscience; and developmental neuroscience.

Neuropsychology

Neuropsychology

This collection presents multidisciplinary techniques in behavior, neurophysiology, anatomy, and functional imaging to help diagnose brain damage and mental disorders.

Biology II: Mouse, Zebrafish, and Chick

Biology II: Mouse, Zebrafish, and Chick

This collection features three vertebrate species commonly used in life sciences research, and also covers methodologies on how they are maintained in the laboratory.

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Knowledge Transfer from Graduating Students

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