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Getting Hooked on Sin

A neuroanthropologist explains what Colombian teenagers can teach neuroscientists about addiction

November 6, 2008

Why Do We Forget Things?

The brain can store a vast number of memories, so why can't we find these memories when we need to? A new study provides insights into this question.

November 4, 2008 — Edward K. Vogel and Trafton Drew
Illusions: Motion from Brightness

Illusions: Motion from Brightness

How dynamic changes in brightness cause you to see movement where there isn't any

October 21, 2008 — Stephen L. Macknik and Susana Martinez-Conde
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