The 37th issue of Encephalon is now up (well, two days ago) at A blog around the clock. I've missed the last couple, so it's nice to catch up on some good blogging. Two particularly caught my eye this time around:
- From Brain in a vat comes a review on a paper on the perceived importance of paper authors, if there are more than one. As well as covering general trends, it looks at how the perceived importance of the author is if he/she is listed first, last or in the middle.
- From Neurophilosophy comes a series of four posts on axon guidance, with particular regard to growth cones (link to first part). The final part summarises nicely, and discusses some issues in need of clarification to further our understanding of axon guidance.