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Brain & Behavior

Crayfish make surprisingly complex, cost-benefit calculations, finds a University of Maryland study, opening the door to a new line of research that...
Even before they learn to speak, babies are organizing information about numbers, space and time in more complex ways than previously realized, a...
Does the idea of unconscious free will even make sense? Paula Droege, in the recent Journal of Consciousness Studies, seems to think it might. By...
The first "test tube baby" was born in 1978. With advances in reproductive science, an estimated one percent of all American babies are now born each...
Although effective treatment for Alzheimer's disease (AD) has been slow to emerge, there has been substantial progress in identifying AD risk factors...
In what has been hailed as a breakthrough, scientists from Columbia University Medical Center and Weill Cornell Medical College have outlined the...
A recurring conundrum in philosophy is the impossibility of sharing, or describing to a blind person, the subjective sensation of colour. Is my...
A fast, simple and non invasive test of the ability to smell may be an important tool to screen people who are likely to develop Parkinson's disease...
Insects may have tiny brains the size of a pinhead, but the latest research from the University of Adelaide shows just how clever they really are...
Nearly half of patients hospitalized with bipolar disorder may suffer from hypertension, and the younger a person is diagnosed with the psychiatric...

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