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Evidence from Tone Deafness: Limiting Musical Exposure Can Deteriorate the Auditory System

People who are tone deaf have weakened sound processing in their brainstems...read more

Evidence from Tone Deafness: Limiting Musical Exposure Can Deteriorate the Auditory System Evidence from Tone Deafness: Limiting Musical Exposure Can Deteriorate the Auditory System

Creating a Bigger Bubble: What Happens When People Invade Our Personal Space

How our attention shifts in crowded spaces...read more

Creating a Bigger Bubble: What Happens When People Invade Our Personal Space Creating a Bigger Bubble: What Happens When People Invade Our Personal Space

How You Predict the Future Every Day

A new study explores our ability to predict words in everyday conversation...read more

How You Predict the Future Every Day How You Predict the Future Every Day

Chocolate Smells Pink and Stripy: Synesthesia and Smells

A new study reveals the unique visual experiences of a rare group of synesthetes when they smell various odors...read more

Chocolate Smells Pink and Stripy: Synesthesia and Smells Chocolate Smells Pink and Stripy: Synesthesia and Smells

The Neuroscience of Trauma from Sexual Assault

How the brain responds to extreme trauma can help explain discrepancies in sexual assault survivors' stories...read more

The Neuroscience of Trauma from Sexual Assault The Neuroscience of Trauma from Sexual Assault
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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