Click Here to Read: Your brain stores imagination and memory separately by Chris Higgins Wired.co.uk website on September 14, 2014.
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Click Here to Read: Memory and Alzheimer’s: Towards a better comprehension of the dynamic mechanisms on the Medical Xpress website on August 31, 2014.
Diagram of the brain of a person with Alzheimer’s Disease. Credit: Wikipedia/public domain
Click Here to Read: Getting Real About Brain Science – A Challenge to the Current Model by Deepak Chopra on the SFGate website on September 1, 2014,
Click Here to Read: What If Everything We Know About Treating Depression Is Wrong? By Cliff Weathers on the Alternet website on September 1, 2014.
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Click Here to Read: Neuroscientists Make Huge Strides Toward Solving the Mysteries of the Teenage Brain by Robert Montenegro on the Big Think website on August 29, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Meet the mother and father of cognitive neuroscience: Independently and almost single-handedly, husband and wife Uta and Chris Frith have transformed the way we view autism and schizophrenia on the by Mo Costandi on Guardian website on Mo Costandi’s Neurophilosophy blog.
Click Here to Read: Scientists switch ‘good’ and ‘bad’ memories in mice By Rachel Feltman in The Washington Post on August 27, 2014.
This cartoon summarizes one of the main findings of the study. (Collective Next and Roger Redondo)
Click Here to Read: How Things Work: Neuroscience studies explain why humans experience empathy on The Tartan website on August 24, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Holding a Mirror to Their Natures: Looking at Twin Personality Through Look-alikes By David Levine in The New York Times on August 25, 2014.
Cilck Here to Read: Study Finds That Brains With Autism Fail to Trim Synapses as They Develop by Pam Belluck in The New York Times on August 21, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Maturing brain flips function of amygdala in regulating stress hormones on the Medical Express Website on August 20, 2014,
The amygdala is a region of the brain known to be important for responses to threats and learning about threats. Its function regulating stress hormones undergoes significant changes as the brain matures, Yerkes research suggests. Credit: NIMH
Click Here to Read: ISIS Savagery Explained: Five reasons why human beings are capable of savage inhumanity. Ian H. Robertson, Ph.D. on his The Winner Effect effect blog on the Psychology Today blogs on August 18, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Harassment in Science, Replicated by Christie Aschwanden in The New York Times on August 11,2014.
Click Here to Read: Scientists Create a 3-D Model That Mimics Brain Function By Pam Brlluck August 11, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Are Our Moral Decisions Based Solely On Biology? on the Radio Boston WHBUR website on August 7, 2014.
Sarah Beth Spitzer, a research assistant at Harvard University, wears an EEG cap, used to localize the regions of the brain needed to stimulate during the test. (Jesse Costa/WBUR)
Click Here to Read: Learning the Smell of Fear: Mothers Teach Babies Their Own Fears via Odour on the Scixasts website on August 5, 2014.
Click Here to Read: Small DNA modifications predict brain’s threat response oo the Medical Xpress Website on Aug 03, 2014.
Click Here to Read: 150 Neuroscientists Have A Problem With The EC’s Human Brain Project by Logan Booker on the Gixmodo on August 3, 2014.