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Vol. 77, No. 2, 2011

Issue release date: April 2011

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Highlights and Perspectives on Evolutionary Neuroscience

Brain Banks Provide a Valuable Resource for Comparative Studies

Kaas J.H. · van Eden C.G.
Brain Behav Evol 2011;77:65–66 (DOI:10.1159/000324526)
A "Highlights and Perspectives on Evolutionary Neuroscience" Article -- Free Access
Original Paper

Primate Prefrontal Cortex Evolution: Human Brains Are the Extreme of a Lateralized Ape Trend

Smaers J.B. · Steele J. · Case C.R. · Cowper A. · Amunts K. · Zilles K.
Brain Behav Evol 2011;77:67–78 (DOI:10.1159/000323671)
Editor's Choice -- Free Access

Stereology of the Neocortex in Odontocetes: Qualitative, Quantitative, and Functional Implications

Kern A. · Siebert U. · Cozzi B. · Hof P.R. · Oelschläger H.H.A.
Brain Behav Evol 2011;77:79–90 (DOI:10.1159/000323674)

Brain Size and Social Complexity: A Computed Tomography Study in Hyaenidae

Sakai S.T. · Arsznov B.M. · Lundrigan B.L. · Holekamp K.E.
Brain Behav Evol 2011;77:91–104 (DOI:10.1159/000323849)

Retinogeniculostriate Pathway Components Scale with Orbit Convergence Only in Primates and Not in Other Mammals

Heesy C.P. · Kamilar J.M. · Willms J.
Brain Behav Evol 2011;77:105–115 (DOI:10.1159/000324860)

Comparison of Area 17 Cellular Composition in Laboratory and Wild-Caught Rats Including Diurnal and Nocturnal Species

Campi K.L. · Collins C.E. · Todd W.D. · Kaas J. · Krubitzer L.
Brain Behav Evol 2011;77:116–130 (DOI:10.1159/000324862)
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