Journal of Advanced Neuroscience Research

Special Issue - May 2017

 Table of Contents

 May, 2017


Neuroecology: On Causal Relations between Brain Organization, Adaptive Behavior, Consciousness and Cognition.

Gustav BernroiderGustav Bernroider
(Editor in Chief)
Dept. Ecology & Evolution, Neurosignaling Unit, Univ. Salzburg, 5020 Salzburg, Austria
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Neuroecology: On Causal Relations Between Brain Organization, Adaptive Behaviour, Consciousness and CognitionPages 1-2
Gustav Bernroider
Dept. Ecology and Evolution, Neurosignaling Unit, Univ. Salzburg, 5020 Salzburg, Austria


Neuroecology: Modeling Neural Systems and Environments, from the Quantum to the Classical Level and the Question of ConsciousnessPages 3-11
Gustav Bernroider
Department of Ecology and Evolution, Hellbrunnerstr 34, A-5020 Salzburg, Austria


On the Paleontology of Animal Cognition: Using the Brain Dimensions of Modern Birds to Characterize Maniraptor CognitionPages 12-19
Thomas M. Gaetano, Margaret M. Yacobucci1 and Verner P. Bingman


Interoception and the Neurovisceral Axis as a Modal Basis for Computational NeuroecologyPages 20-36
Jesse Bettinger


Is Consciousness Dissectible? Acute Slice Electrophysiology and a Bayesian Interpretation of Neural Correlates of ConsciousnessPages 37-47
Richard König, Alexander Mirnig, Ludwig Aigner, and Thomas M. Weiger