How to ‘take over’ a brain

How to ‘take over’ a brain

 

  How to ‘take over’ a brain. The hottest field in science this past decade has been neuroscience. That explosion in research, and our understanding […]

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Brain vacations: stress, boredom and travel.

Brain vacations: stress, boredom and travel.

 

  Brain vacations: stress, boredom and travel. This common experience shows that our brains can run on ‘automatic pilot’, taking us through life’s familiar routines […]

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Electric stimulation of brain releases powerful, opiate-like painkiller

Electric stimulation of brain releases powerful, opiate-like painkiller

 

  Electric stimulation of brain releases powerful, opiate-like painkiller. Researchers used electricity on certain brain parts of a patient with chronic, severe facial pain to […]

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Neuristors: The future of brain-like computer chips

Neuristors: The future of brain-like computer chips

 

  Neuristors: The future of brain-like computer chips. A neuristor is the simplest possible device that can capture the essential property of a neuron – […]

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Fructose has different effect than glucose on brain regions that regulate appetite

Fructose has different effect than glucose on brain regions that regulate appetite

 

  Fructose has different effect than glucose on brain regions that regulate appetite. In a study examining possible factors regarding the associations between fructose consumption […]

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How neuroscientists observe brains watching movies

How neuroscientists observe brains watching movies

 

  How neuroscientists observe brains watching movies. Functional MRI can peer inside your brain and watch you watching a YouTube clip. Unless you have been […]

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Brain size study involving guppies suggests high intelligence comes at high cost

Brain size study involving guppies suggests high intelligence comes at high cost

 

  Brain size study involving guppies suggests high intelligence comes at high cost. One of the most interesting evolutionary hypotheses about brain size is The […]

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Rainfall, brain infection linked in sub-Saharan Africa

Rainfall, brain infection linked in sub-Saharan Africa

 

  Rainfall, brain infection linked in sub-Saharan Africa. The amount of rainfall affects the number of infant infections leading to hydrocephalus in Uganda, according to […]

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Brain activity during early menopause studied

Brain activity during early menopause studied

 

  http://cdn.abclocal.go.com/static/flash/embeddedPlayer/swf/otvEmLoader.swf?version=fw1000&station=kabc&section=&mediaId=8941273&parentId=8941268&cdnRoot=http://cdn.abclocal.go.com&webRoot=http://abclocal.go.com&configPath=/util/&site= Brain activity during early menopause studied. (Source: http://cdn.abclocal.go.com/)

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What happens when you have auditory processing disorder

What happens when you have auditory processing disorder?

 

  Auditory Processing Disorder (APD) is a relatively new concept. There is much controversy around the concept because one or several  deficits (language deficits, attention […]

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Dragonflies have human-like ‘selective attention’

Dragonflies have human-like ‘selective attention’

 

  Dragonflies have human-like ‘selective attention’. In a discovery that may prove important for cognitive science, our understanding of nature and applications for robot vision, […]

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Alzheimer’s patients can’t make decisions easily, so you must guide them

Alzheimer’s patients can’t make decisions easily, so you must guide them

 

  Alzheimer’s patients can’t make decisions easily, so you must guide them. It is very common for Alzheimer’s dementia patients to say No. There is […]

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