January 1, 2004 Mind & Brain By studying the brain's physical processes, scientists are seeking clues about how the subjective inner life of the mind arises Gerard Roth January 2004 10.1038/scientificamericanmind0104-32 July 6, 2021 جلستان فقط مدة الواحدة منهما أربع دقائق.... Maddie Bender June 1, 1998 Mind & Brain The search for biological underpinnings of depression is intensifying. Emerging findings promise to yield better therapies for a disorder that too often proves fatal Charles B. Nemeroff June 1998 10.1038/scientificamerican0698-42 August 1, 2000 Health Irwin Goldstein August 2000 10.1038/scientificamerican0800-70 February 1, 2012 Health Football players diagnosed with Lou Gehrig's disease may suffer from the effect of repeated blows to the head, controversial new research says Jeffrey Bartholet February 2012 August 1, 2008 Health Biologists finally are unraveling the medical mysteries of migraine, from aura to pain David W. Dodick and J. Jay Gargus August 2008 10.1038/scientificamerican0808-56 January 15, 2019 Fitness Stress reduction, insomnia prevention, emotion control, improved attention—certain breathing techniques can make life better. But where do you start? Christophe André September 1, 1992 Mind & Brain Schizophrenia and manic-depressive illness are shaped by heredity and marked by structural and biochemical changes In the brain. The predisposing genes remain unknown Elliot S. Gershon and Ronald O. Rieder Scientific American Volume 267, Issue 3 10.1038/scientificamerican0992-48 Originally published as "Mind and Brain" in Scientific American Volume 267, Issue 3 September 1, 1992 Mind & Brain Late in life the human brain suffers attrition of certain neurons and undergoes chemical alterations. Yet for many people, these changes do not add up to a noticeable decline in intelligence... Dennis J. Selkoe Scientific American Volume 267, Issue 3 10.1038/scientificamerican0992-134 July 1, 2016 Neuroscience Research has provided a host of clues to age-proofing our brains and making them more resistant to dementia David A. Bennett Scientific American Mind Volume 27, Issue 4 10.1038/scientificamericanmind0716-28 Originally published as "Banking Against Alzheimer's" in Scientific American Mind Volume 27, Issue 4 September 1, 1979 Mind & Brain Signals are sent from one neuron to another by diverse chemical transmitters. These chemical systems, overlaid on the neuronal circuits of the brain, add another dimension to brain function... Leslie L. Iversen Scientific American Volume 241, Issue 3 10.1038/scientificamerican0979-134 September 1, 1979 Mind & Brain Reflecting on itself, the human brain has uncovered some marvelous facts. What appears to be needed for understanding how it works is new techniques for examining it and new ways of thinking about it... F. H. C. Crick Scientific American Volume 241, Issue 3 10.1038/scientificamerican0979-219 Support Science Journalism
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