October 22, 2012 Mind & Brain Picture this: the prince has won his way past the dragon, past the huge walls of briars. He paces slowly through the sleeping castle, toward the tower where the princess lies, in a deep, deep sleep... Scicurious August 14, 2007 New study finds it's not just dopamine-producing cells, but likely ones that secrete norepinephrine, as well, that kick-start the movement disorder Nikhil Swaminathan June 2, 2021 There is a surprising correlation between baseline pupil size and several measures of cognitive ability Jason S. Tsukahara, Alexander P. Burgoyne and Randall W. Engle July 29, 2022 Neuroscience Animals learn especially well from surprising events, and the hormone noradrenaline may be one reason why S. Hussain Ather October 31, 2013 Mind & Brain It’s Halloween. You’re listening to some creepy, scary music. Maybe it sounds like something like this* – SCARY! You are lying still, attending to the emotional qualities of the music... Princess Ojiaku September 12, 2011 Seeing your life pass before you and the light at the end of the tunnel, can be explained by new research on abnormal functioning of dopamine and oxygen flow Charles Q. Choi April 21, 2008 The U.S. government raises a red flag about a potentially dangerous chemical in plastics--and Canada announces it will ban it David Biello January 1, 2004 Chronic stress makes people sick. But how? And how might we prevent those ill effects? Hermann Englert October 23, 2007 Study shows that sleep deprivation leads to a rewiring of the brain's emotional circuitry Nikhil Swaminathan September 1, 2003 New insights into the neurology of anxiety and depression—and how stress feeds them Robert M. Sapolsky November 1, 2016 The male and female responses to stress are biologically different. What does that mean for treating PTSD, depression and other disorders? Debra A. Bangasser September 1, 2012 The Sciences What can we learn about consciousness from anesthetized patients? Christof Koch Scientific American Mind Volume 23, Issue 4 10.1038/scientificamericanmind0912-24 March 30, 2017 A new mouse study reveals a set of neurons that may point to physiological roots for the benefits of breathing control Diana Kwon January 1, 1998 It is now known to cause developmental problems, weight gain and neurodegeneration Kristin Leutwyler November 1, 1978 Two decades ago it was discovered that the brain has "pleasure centers." These centers are now seen as belonging to a system of pathways that appear to play a role in learning and memory... Aryeh Routtenberg August 1, 1977 Nerve cells communicate by secreting neurotransmitters. These chemical messages are translated by "second messengers" within the cell into transient and longer-lasting physiological actions... Paul Greengard and James A. Nathanson March 27, 2019 الصحة بعض أساليب التنفس يمكنها المساعدة على تحسين أسلوب الحياة بشكل عام، مثل تقليل التوتر ومنع الأرق والتحكم في المشاعر وتحسين القدرة على الانتباه، لكن من أين تبدأ؟... Christophe André June 10, 2021 And the benefits of two four-minute sessions persisted for hours Maddie Bender February 1, 1967 Light and deep sleep differ physiologically, deep sleep having much in common with being awake. Studies with cats now suggest that the two states of sleep are induced by different biochemical secretions... Michel Jouvet Support Science Journalism
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