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NewsL: The Evolutionary Roots of Instinct

The Evolutionary Roots of Instinct Did behaviors that seem ingrained become fixed through epigenetic mechanisms and ancestral learning? By Becca Cudmore | July
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News: Many kinds of happiness promote better health, study finds

Many kinds of happiness promote better health, study finds July 21, 2017 by Susan Kelley in Medicine & Health / Psychology & Psychiatry Credit: Bill
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News: The neural codes for body movements

The neural codes for body movements July 21, 2017 by Lori Dajose in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience Brain-machine interfaces can interpret the neural activity
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News: Study reveals most impactful neuroscience research

Study reveals most impactful neuroscience research July 21, 2017 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience A study of the 100 most-cited neuroscience articles has
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News: Why your subconscious makes you crave 'naughty' foods

Why your subconscious makes you crave 'naughty' foods July 21, 2017 by Dr Heidi Seage, The Conversation in Medicine & Health / Psychology & Psychiatry Food on
Robert Karl Stonjek
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News: New model for the origin of grid cells

New model for the origin of grid cells July 21, 2017 in Physics / General Physics Credit: psdesign1 / fotolia.com Ludwig Maximilian University of Munich
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News: What will happen when machines can tell how you feel?

What will happen when machines can tell how you feel?Now that technology is finally getting emotion-savvy, could the machines give us the benefit of their
Robert Karl Stonjek
Jul 20
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News: Faulty support cells disrupt communication in brains of people

Faulty support cells disrupt communication in brains of people with schizophrenia July 20, 2017 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience Functional magnetic
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Jul 20
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Medication Management - The Future of Connected Care • July 19, 20

Medication Management - The Future of Connected Care • July 19, 2017 [image: Today's Caregiver eNewsletter]
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Jul 20
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News: Our brains synchronise during a conversation

Our brains synchronise during a conversation July 20, 2017 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience Credit: Francisco Farias Jr/public domain The rhythms of
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Jul 20
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News: Perceiving oneself as less physically active than peers is lin

Perceiving oneself as less physically active than peers is linked to a shorter lifespan July 20, 2017 in Medicine & Health / Psychology & Psychiatry Credit:
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Jul 20
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News: Memory takes time, researchers conclude

Memory takes time, researchers conclude July 19, 2017 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience Credit: CC0 Public Domain How short-term memories become long-term
Robert Karl Stonjek
Jul 19
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News: Individual insight into brain networks

Individual insight into brain networks July 19, 2017 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience Credit: public domain Harvard scientists have gained new insights into
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Jul 19
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News: Brains are more plastic than we thought

Brains are more plastic than we thought July 19, 2017 in Medicine & Health / Neuroscience Researchers have demonstrated that with the right training, the
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Jul 19
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News: Lunatic Fringe gene plays key role in the renewable brain

Lunatic Fringe gene plays key role in the renewable brain July 19, 2017 by Graciela Gutierrez in Medicine & Health / Medical research Dr. Mirjana
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