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Brain & Behavior

Electrical currents are invisible to the naked eye – at least they are when they flow through metal cables. In nerve cells, however, scientists are...
How many times have you, after a particularly hard day, reached for some chocolate or ice cream? It's common for many people, but for those trying to...
The ability to infer what another person is thinking is an essential tool for social interaction and is known by neuroscientists as "Theory of Mind...
Children learn a great deal by imitating adults. A new study of Australian preschoolers and Kalahari Bushman children finds that a particular kind of...
Although there is no known cause of autism, studies have shown that mutations in several genes are associated with the developmental brain disorder....
How much "green exercise" produces the greatest improvement in mood and sense of personal well-being? A new study in the American Chemical Society's...
Children normally experience flights of fancy, including imaginary friends and conversations with stuffed animals, but some of them are also having...
Pioneering a novel microscopy method, neuroscientist Arthur Konnerth and colleagues from the Technische Universitaet Muenchen (TUM) have shown that...
A new study from the University of Rochester finds that there is no single advanced area of the human brain that gives it language capabilities above...
Low vitamin D levels may be associated with more advanced physical disability and cognitive impairment in persons with multiple sclerosis, studies...

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