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Vote for CNS 2015 Mini-Symposia

Vote for the talks you'd most like to see at CNS 2015 in San Francisco, March 28-31, 2015. Login, cast your vote, and shape our program...read more

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How Do Children Learn to Read? Structural Changes in the Brain

The path that children take to reading proficiency is enabled by changes in the physical structure of the brain...read more

How Do Children Learn to Read? Structural Changes in the Brain How Do Children Learn to Read? Structural Changes in the Brain

Exercise Adapts the Aging Brain for Cognitive Health

A new study suggests exercise changes the way seniors' brains process information – making the aging brain more adaptable...read more

Exercise Adapts the Aging Brain for Cognitive Health Exercise Adapts the Aging Brain for Cognitive Health

If the CIA Tweets, Cognitive Neuroscientists Can Too: Harnessing Twitter's Power for Your Research

Micah Allen talks about how Twitter has helped his career...read more

If the CIA Tweets, Cognitive Neuroscientists Can Too: Harnessing Twitter's Power for Your Research If the CIA Tweets, Cognitive Neuroscientists Can Too: Harnessing Twitter's Power for Your Research

Using Disharmonic Melodies to Test OCD Symptoms

Researchers have found a new way to test feelings of incompleteness associated with obsessive compulsive disorder...read more

Using Disharmonic Melodies to Test OCD Symptoms Using Disharmonic Melodies to Test OCD Symptoms
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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    March 28-31, 2015