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  • Proving that having a brain is necessary but not sufficient, The Brain writes:

    John Terry’s sacking as England captain tells us something interesting...

  • Oliver Sacks writes about music and unusual brain disorders in Musicophilia: Tales of Music and the Brain

    Magic Flute: Primal Find Sings of Music's Mystery

  • How the brain responds to mistakes has been the subject of numerous studies, said Ali Mazaheri, a research fellow at the UC Davis Center for Mind and Brain.

    WN.com - Articles related to Scientific Disciplines Mix At Chemistry Meeting

  • You can simulate a human brain in one line of code: world. simulate (new Brain (Human, 120, male));

    MachineMachine (formerly 'The Huge Entity')

  • “Teaching is an ancient craft, and yet we really have had no idea how it affected the developing brain,” said Kurt Fischer, director of the Mind, Brain and Education program at Harvard University.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • "Teaching is an ancient craft, and yet we really have had no idea how it affected the developing brain," said Kurt Fischer, director of the Mind, Brain and Education program at Harvard University.

    KansasCity.com: Front Page

  • Now, here at 8: 00 at night, my brain has welcomed back my wit with open nodes (I have a PhD in Brain and I'm almost positive what I just wrote there is 100\% accurate).

    The Burgh Blog

  • Synaesthesia is well studied in adults and is thought to be a result of unusual connections created during brain development, but it has been hardly studied in children - until now. study published online in Brain searched for letter-colour synaesthetes in 6-8 year old children and found not only are they relatively common, but that the condition changes as the children grow.

    Mind Hacks

  • Two types of cells that act as part of the brain’s immune-system response to help heal brain injury and infection may also cause chronic epileptic seizures by overexciting nearby neurons, according to a study in Brain.

    For Women With Migraines There May Be a Silver Lining

  • However, when these same explanations were prefaced with the phrase "Brain scans indicate," both the students and adults became much less critical.

    Brain Scan Overload

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