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Machines Like Us

Brain & Behavior

Are we over estimating remembering and underestimating learning? Current research by Nate Kornell, an assistant professor of psychology at Williams...
Using advanced tools to see the human brain at work, a new generation of marketing experts may be able to test a product's appeal while it is still...
Scientists are beginning to find out why people with Parkinson's disease often feel socially awkward. Parkinson's patients find it harder to...
Scientists at the Queensland Brain Institute have uncovered a vital clue into how the brain is wired, which could eventually steer research into...
Think back to your last fight with someone you love. How did you feel afterwards? How did you behave? Conflict with a loved one often leaves a...
‘Cleverly designed' MRI sensors detect dopamine, offering a high-resolution look at what’s happening inside the brain. By Anne Trafton, MIT News...
Researchers at the Vanderbilt Eye Institute are now a step closer to deciphering a leading cause of blindness in the United States – glaucoma. In a...
Aspro Potamos has drawn my attention to the emerging series of YouTube videos, somewhat polemical in tone, on the War against Neuroscience. If you...
In reports of two new studies, researchers led by Johns Hopkins say they have identified the mechanisms rooted in two anatomical brain abnormalities...
The human brain is a big believer in equality—and a team of scientists from the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) and Trinity College in...

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