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Cambridge Neuroscience papers feature in Elsevier's top 10 most downloaded open access papers

2 papers from Cambridge Neuroscience have featured in the top 10 most downloaded open access papers from our Elsevier's Neuroscience journals during 2013. These open access articles have been peer reviewed and upon acceptance were immediately and permanently free for everyone to read and download. Take a look at them here:

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Updating dopamine reward signals

Current Opinion in Neurobiology, Volume 23, Issue 2, April 2013, Pages 229-238

Wolfram Schultz


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Effects of modafinil on non-verbal cognition, task enjoyment and creative thinking in healthy volunteers

Neuropharmacology, Volume 64, January 2013, Pages 490-495

U. Müller, J.B. Rowe, T. Rittman, C. Lewis, T.W. Robbins, B.J. Sahakian

Posted on 30/04/2014

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