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How Loss of Hearing Leads to Improved Vision in the Deaf

New research shows how in deaf people, the brain reorganizes to take in visual information in areas that process hearing...read more

How Loss of Hearing Leads to Improved Vision in the Deaf How Loss of Hearing Leads to Improved Vision in the Deaf

Drawing Draws on Complex Cognitive Processes

Drawing depends on several complex cognitive processes that operate via specific neuronal networks....read more

Drawing Draws on Complex Cognitive Processes Drawing Draws on Complex Cognitive Processes

Unleashing the Power of the Bilingual Mind

New research finds that mixing languages not only helps us learn new languages but also helps bilinguals learn in general...read more

Unleashing the Power of the Bilingual Mind Unleashing the Power of the Bilingual Mind

Rethinking Time for Independence in Children's Daily Lives

Researchers found that less-structured time in children's daily lives predicts how well they will be able to self-direct to achieve goals...read more

Rethinking Time for Independence in Children's Daily Lives Rethinking Time for Independence in Children's Daily Lives

What Triggers Spontaneous Memories of Emotional Events?

We are more likely to spontaneously remember emotional images, but they are less likely to be rooted in specific details...read more

What Triggers Spontaneous Memories of Emotional Events? What Triggers Spontaneous Memories of Emotional Events?
Cognitive Neuroscience—with its concern about perception, action, memory, language and selective attention—will increasingly come to represent the central focus of all Neurosciences in the 21st century.
– Eric R. Kandel, M.D. (Nobel Laureate)
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