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“A Chip With the Brain's Flexibility A medical science lab run by Harvard University and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology has created a computer chip that mimics a unique flexibility of the brain.”
“Neuropsychology The Brain's Pop Chart Forget that focus group or that rave in Pitchfork or Rolling Stone: A study claims that brain scans of consumers who listen to new songs can better predict hits than directly asking the consumers what songs they like.”
“Dr. Richard Restak, in Mozart's Brain and the Fighter Pilot: Unleashing Your Brain's Potential, uses the words "plastic" and "malleable" to describe the brain.”
“( "The Brain's Last Stand" read the Newsweek headline.)”
“Referring to Lugulu boys 'initiation, Brain's informant commented, if you don't bear a child a Luguru has no joy.”
“One of the highlights of my blogging experience was being named Grow-a - Brain's Blog of the Day on June 4 of this year.”
“Brain's got no nerves in it, he told himself, it can't really feel this bad.”
“Soon the negative-message went out over the Brain's wavelength with the question: Why are the Soltenites supposed to be liars?”
“With incredible eagerness Bell fell upon it, pulled out the printed tape containing the gigantic Brain's answer and went with it to a small device that was not connected with the general transmission station equipment.”
“I would have thought the United States of America to be an immediate disproof of The Brain's hypothesis.”
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