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  • n. Plural form of neurobiologist.


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  • Nor did scent aid memory when the students tried a different trick, learning a finger-tapping sequence, neurobiologists from the University of Lubeck reported in Friday’s edition of the journal Science.

    Study Probes Odor, Sleep, and Memory Link | Impact Lab

  • This is widely admitted, even by leading proponents of the “consciousness is in the head” point of view, such as neurobiologists Frances Crick and Christof Koch.

    Two Essays on Mind (Alva Noe and B Alan Wallace)

  • The number of female neurobiologists may still be small, but girls often outdo boys in the classroom, including in the sciences.

    that sorry excuse for a woman has a hole in her soul.

  • Many neurobiologists who keep up with their literature will tell you that there isn't a clear difference.

    Deepak Chopra: Interview with Alva Noe, Ph.D.

  • So it is refreshing to hear how 109 philosophers, neurobiologists, and other scholars answered, "How is the Internet changing the way you think?"

    Your Brain Online

  • "Dozens of studies by psychologists, neurobiologists, educators, and Web designers point to the same conclusion: when we go online, we enter an environment that promotes cursory reading, hurried and distracted thinking, and superficial learning."

    Nicholas Carr's "The Shallows" and William Powers's "Hamlet's Blackberry"

  • So while neurobiologists tend to dismiss Klein as a fabulist along with the rest of the floridly unscientific Freudians, she was describing this emotional force field a half century ago—only the why is different.


  • A German team of neurobiologists has found that rhesus macaques can engage in abstract mathematical reasoning using specific brain cells dedicated to the comprehension of math rules and relationships.

    Archive 2010-01-17

  • Let's convene the top marine scientists, skilled communicators, dedicated conservationists, and leading neurobiologists and cognitive psychologists to ask and answer the most probing and compelling set of questions about the ocean that we can imagine.

    Wallace J Nichols: Oceanophilia: The Neuroscience of Emotion and the Ocean

  • The amygdala, the almond shaped group of neurons in the limbic system of the brain, is considered by most neurobiologists our fear system, and it acts like an ape or a how a human would have acted, say, back when we still had lots of hair all over.

    Therese Borchard: Recession Anxiety: 8 Tips To Manage Financial Stress


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