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      December 1, 2008Mind & Brain

      Ask the Brains: What Is Sleep Paralysis?

      Also: Why we sometimes wake up with explosions going off in our heads
      September 15, 2010Technology

      Cyber Sensitive: Therapeutic Buddy Bots Get Emotional

      Robotic companions that are capable of expressing some emotion might be better as pals for autistic children as well as mentors and health advisors for young diabetic patients
      May 1, 2010Neuroscience

      What Is the Memory Capacity of the Human Brain?

      Paul Reber, professor of psychology at Northwestern University, replies
      December 3, 1853The Sciences

      Stealing Remarks—The Tribune

      January 1, 2018Book

      Unlocking Happiness

      Take control and retrain your brain to achieve a happier, healthier state of mind. In this eBook, we examine aspects of daily life that affect mood such as perception, social support and time management and offer approaches shown to boost contentment, including reframing negative events, increasing resilience through self-compassion and practicing mindfulness...
      Unlocking HappinessUnlocking Happiness
      August 16, 2018Neuroscience

      The Bat Man: Neuroscience on the Fly

      How does the brain know where it is? Nachum Ulanovsky hopes his flying friends can help him find the answer
      March 21, 2018Cognition

      The Power of Flexible Thinking

      The cognitive style you need in times of change, explained by best-selling author Leonard Mlodinow
      September 1, 2007Technology

      What's the Big Idea?

      When the lightbulb above your head is truly incendiary
      June 1, 2005Mind & Brain

      Math without Words

      Numerical reasoning seems independent of language
      April 1, 2006Mind & Brain

      Taking Sides

      Is being right-handed all for the greater good?
      May 1, 2005Mind & Brain

      His Brain, Her Brain

      It turns out that male and female brains differ quite a bit in architecture and activity. Research into these variations could lead to sex-specific treatments for disorders such as depression and schizophrenia...
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