September 20, 2007 Mind Scientists pinpoint brain region responsible for locating sounds Nikhil Swaminathan December 6, 2000 The Sciences Kristin Leutwyler December 6, 2004 Mind Sarah Graham March 1, 1998 The Sciences March 1998 10.1038/scientificamerican0398-20a Originally published as "In Brief" in March 1998 August 21, 2014 Medical & Biotech The neuroscience behind the Hulk, Captain America and Iron Man, explained in a Times Square exhibit. Excelsior! Larry Greenemeier January 22, 2001 Mind Music may be even more ancient than the human race, over which it holds tremendous sway. Scientists are beginning to find out why Kristin Leutwyler April 1, 1972 Mind Aphasias are speech disorders caused by brain damage. The relations between these disorders and specific kinds of brain damage suggest a model of how the language areas of the human brain are organized... Norman Geschwind Scientific American Volume 226, Issue 4 10.1038/scientificamerican0472-76 September 1, 1979 Mind Certain higher faculties, such as language, depend on specialized regions in the human brain. On a larger scale the two cerebral hemispheres are specialized for different kinds of mental activity... Norman Geschwind Scientific American Volume 241, Issue 3 10.1038/scientificamerican0979-180 December 1, 1997 Mind To gain fresh insights into how the brain is organized, investigators are turning to a little known disorder Howard M. Lenhoff, Paul P. Wang, Frank Greenberg and Ursula Bellugi December 1997 10.1038/scientificamerican1297-68 Support Science Journalism
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