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Brain & Behavior

In the new age of coalition governments, the question of whether two heads are better than one is more relevant than ever. A study published today in...
Despite the fact that an estimated 25 million patients per year in the U.S. undergo surgeries using general anesthesia, scientists have only been...
A group of "professional couch potatoes," as one researcher described them, has proven that even moderate exercise – in this case walking at one's...
Fear can make you run, it can make you fight, and it can glue you to the spot. Scientists at the European Molecular Biology Laboratory (EMBL) in...
Scientists from the Florida campus of The Scripps Research Institute have discovered a mechanism that plays a critical role in the formation of long-...
A new study led by a University of Toronto Scarborough psychologist shows that human infants can remember unusual emotional events. Investigating...
A team of American scientists claim that a new method of testing for neurological diseases could provide doctors with a rapid and non-invasively...
Repeatedly boosting brain levels of one natural painkiller soon shuts down the brain cell receptors that respond to it, so that the painkilling...
Having a fear of falling can lead to actual falls among older people, irrespective of their real physical risk of falling, new research finds. The...
A clue to the causes of autism and mental retardation lies in the synapse, the tiny intercellular junction that rapidly transfers information from...

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