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News: Pinpointing loneliness in the brain: Scientists identify cells

Pinpointing loneliness in the brain: Scientists identify cells that represent feelings of isolation February 11, 2016 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience In
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News: Origins of 'rage' identified in brain in male animal model

Origins of 'rage' identified in brain in male animal model February 11, 2016 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience A diagram of mouse brain shows how the lateral
Robert Karl Stonjek
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News: How your brain might be secretly thwarting your New Year's res

How your brain might be secretly thwarting your New Year's resolutions February 11, 2016 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience Credit: Human Brain Project The
Robert Karl Stonjek
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News: To preserve its memories, the brain must regulate its neural n

To preserve its memories, the brain must regulate its neural networks February 11, 2016 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience Hippocampal neurons are expressing
Robert Karl Stonjek
8:19 PM
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News: Darks are conveyed faster than lights

Darks are conveyed faster than lights February 11, 2016 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience While looking at the figure, rapid eye movements provide
Robert Karl Stonjek
8:15 PM
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News: Study sheds light on source of drug addicts risk-taking behavi

Study sheds light on source of drug addicts risk-taking behavior February 10, 2016 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience A study out today provides new insight
Robert Karl Stonjek
Feb 10
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News: Education and the brain-what happens when children learn?

Education and the brain-what happens when children learn? February 10, 2016 in Medicine & Health / Psychology & Psychiatry Frontal lobe. Credit:
Robert Karl Stonjek
Feb 10
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News: Are male and female brains really different?

Are male and female brains really different? February 9, 2016 by Gina Rippon, Aston University, The Conversation in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience Credit: T.
Robert Karl Stonjek
Feb 9
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News: Feeling sleepy? You might be at risk of falsely confessing to

Feeling sleepy? You might be at risk of falsely confessing to a crime you did not commit February 9, 2016 by Shari Berkowitz, Elizabeth Loftus, Kimberly Fenn
Robert Karl Stonjek
Feb 9
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News: Monkey skull study suggests brain evolved in spurts

Monkey skull study suggests brain evolved in spurts February 9, 2016 by Bob Yirka in Biology / Evolution Credit: Leandro Aristide, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1514473113
Robert Karl Stonjek
Feb 9
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17510

News: Do the seasons affect how we think?

Do the seasons affect how we think? February 9, 2016 by Randy Dotinga, Healthday Reporter in Medicine & Health / Psychology & Psychiatry When do you think more
Robert Karl Stonjek
Feb 9
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News: Why do some people always agree with others? The science of so

Why do some people always agree with others? The science of social conformity February 8, 2016 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience New brain imaging research
Robert Karl Stonjek
Feb 8
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News: Cocaine users present alterations in the function and structur

Cocaine users present alterations in the function and structures of the brain February 8, 2016 in Medicine & Health / Addiction A new study published in
Robert Karl Stonjek
Feb 8
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News: Researchers pinpoint origin of sighing reflex in the brain

Researchers pinpoint origin of sighing reflex in the brain February 8, 2016 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience On each side of the brain stem, a
Robert Karl Stonjek
Feb 8
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News: Past experiences affect recognition, memory, study finds

Past experiences affect recognition, memory, study finds February 8, 2016 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience Boyer Winters holds a model of the human brain.
Robert Karl Stonjek
Feb 8
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