Royal Society for Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences
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- Life history and learning: how the evolution of childhood, caregiving and old age shapes cognition, innovation, cooperation and culture
- Memory reactivation: replaying events past, present and futureRitual renaissance: New insights into the most human of behaviors
- Unifying the essential concepts of biological networks: biological insights and philosophical foundations
- Bridging senses – new developments in synaesthesia
- What can animal communication teach us about human language?
- Towards mechanistic models of meaning composition
- Evolution of mechanisms and behaviour important for pain
- Liquid Brains, Solid Brains: How distributed cognitive architectures process information (freely available online)
- From social brains to social robots: Applying neurocognitive insights to human-robot interaction (freely available online)
- Risk taking and impulsive behaviour: fundamental discoveries, theoretical perspectives and clinical implications (freely available online)
- Evolutionary thanatology: impacts of the dead on the living in humans and other animals (freely available online)
- Causes and consequences of individual differences in cognitive ability (freely available online)
- Perceptual consciousness and cognitive access (freely available online)
- Connectome to behaviour: modelling C. elegans at cellular resolution (freely available online)
- Evolution of pathogen and parasite avoidance behaviours (freely available online)
- Interdisciplinary approaches for uncovering the impacts of architecture on collective behaviour (freely available online)
- Varieties of abstract concepts: development, use and representation in the brain (freely available online)
- Of mice and mental health: facilitating dialogue between basic and clinical neuroscientists (freely available online)
- Diverse perspectives on diversity: multi-disciplinary approaches to taxonomies of individual differences
- Bridging cultural gaps: interdisciplinary studies in human cultural evolution (freely available online)
- The origins of numerical abilities (freely available online)
- Movement suppression: brain mechanisms for stopping and stillness (freely available online)
- Vision in dim light (freely available online)
Key relationships between non-invasive functional neuroimaging and the underlying neuronal activity
Offline perception: voluntary and spontaneous perceptual experiences without matching external stimulation
Existence and prevalence of economic behaviours among non-human primates
Introduction to basal cognition: from microbes to nervous systems and everything in between
Foundations of cultural evolution
Reconstructing prehistoric languages
The Political Brain: neurocognitive and computational mechanisms underlying ideological behaviour
Vocal learning in animals and humans
- The language of cooperation: reputation and honest signalling
- Synchrony and rhythm interaction: from the brain to behavioural ecology
- Voice modulation: from origin and mechanism to social impact
Phil Trans B is the longest-running scientific journal in the world and publishes 26 issues per year on a diverse range of topics across the biological sciences. Each issue focuses on a research frontier that is advancing rapidly, often bridging traditional disciplines. Neuroscience is one of four key coverage areas of the journal.
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