neuroimaging

Neuroimaging: What is it and how can it map the brain?

 

  One of the ways psychology has progressed came from the use of various neuroimaging methods. In terms of experimental psychology history, neuroimaging started with the […]

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Experimental methods: how to create a successful study

 

  Various rules govern every science and it uses different experimental methods. It does so in order to achieve the results. These results have to […]

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concussion symptoms

Concussion Symptoms- Causes and Treatments

 

  Concussion symptoms. Recently, concussions have become the focus of several discussions, research studies, news articles, and even movies. But when concussion symptoms can no […]

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neurologist undergoes brain surgery for research

Neurologist undergoes brain surgery for research

 

  Neurologist takes self-experimentation to the extreme by installing implants in his own brain for data collection – MIT Technology Review Phil Kennedy, a neurologist […]

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CogniFit helps Veterans

CogniFit Helps Veterans Again

 

 Case Western Reserve University conducts cognitive studies to help Veterans using CogniFit for Researchers platform.

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CogniFit launched CogniFit for Researchers

CogniFit launched CogniFit for Researchers

 

  CogniFit launched CogniFit for Researchers, a new brain research tool specifically designed for researchers interested in conductingexperimental studies on the effects of computerized cognitive […]

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Scientists discover children’s cells living in mothers’ brains.

Scientists discover children’s cells living in mothers’ brains.

 

  Scientists discover children’s cells living in mothers’ brains. The connection between mother and child is ever deeper than thought. The link between a mother […]

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 Mutant brain proteins linked to autism. Scientists continue to gain insights into the causes of autism, possibly opening doors for potential new treatments. Researchers from […]

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 Substance addiction and the inherent differences in brain functions. According to data published by NIDA (National Institutes of Drug Abuse) nearly 20 million Americans have […]

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