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      December 1, 2017Neuroscience

      What Pot Really Does to the Teen Brain

      How much should we worry?
      October 1, 2006Mind

      Ask the Brains

      Why do we get food cravings? Why do we yawn?
      September 1, 2013Mind

      Crows Show Off Their Social Skills

      New findings on crows' intelligence lend perspective on how social smarts evolve
      September 1, 2009Mind

      Smile! It Could Make You Happier

      Making an emotional face—or suppressing one—influences your feelings
      October 1, 2012

      The Story of a Lonely Brain

      Prologue:Humans are born to a longer period of total dependence than any other animal we know of, and we also know that mistreatment or neglect during this time often leads to social, emotional, cognitive and mental health problems in later life...
      August 28, 2000The Sciences

      Down Memory Limbo

      New research shows that between fear and recall
      lies a no-man's-land where long-term memories can vanish
      July 1, 2015Mind

      Who Benefits Most from PTSD Treatment?

      Although several therapies have shown some success in helping people exposed to traumatic experiences, not everyone recovers equally well
      September 16, 2016Neuroscience

      Human Brain Map Gets a Bold New Update

      The new Allen Brain Atlas combines neuroimaging and tissue staining to offer an unprecedented level of resolution
      July 1, 2010Mind

      Why Do We Forget?

      Timothy Brady, a cognitive neuroscientist at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, answers
      July 14, 2011

      Crux of Schizophrenia's Emotional and Social Deficits May Be Cognitive

      [PART 2 OF 2 BLOGS ON SCHIZOPHRENIA. PART 1.]Before he got sick, my Uncle Glenn attended MIT and earned a master’s degree in electrical engineering. For a while, he made a living designing machine languages to, for example, recognize print and convert it to Braille...
      October 30, 2017Cognition

      The Neuroscience of Paid Parental Leave

      Having parents present is crucial during an infant’s first weeks of development—but institutions that train physicians don’t always seem to care...
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