Volume 26

  • No. 3 March 2023

    Neurocomputational mechanism of social learning

    Jiang et al. identify a neurocomputational mechanism by which the human brain biases the integration of information transmitted on social networks. The cover art illustrates that the brain aggregates diverse information received from other individuals embedded on a social network.

    See Jiang et al.

  • No. 2 February 2023

    Self and other coding in bats

    Omer et al. report two distinct populations of hippocampal time cells in bats — one encoding time × context and another encoding pure time — as well as time cells that encode time and context for another animal; these neurons might underlie the perception of interval timing and episodic memory for self and other.

    See Omer et al.

  • No. 1 January 2023

    Exclusion in human neuroimaging methods

    The use of field-standard approaches in neuroscience and psychology can exclude participants from research, biasing our understanding of brain–behavior relations. Ricard, Parker, and colleagues discuss how we might address inequity in our scientific methodology. The cover image is a stylized illustration depicting exclusion in human neuroimaging methods. Cover concept: Mona Li, Jocelyn Ricard. Printed with permission from Mona Li Visuals.

    See Ricard, Parker et al.