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Lessen Anticipated Pain With Your Imagination

Imagining yourself as an outsider may reduce the pain you anticipate before an event, like going to the dentist...read more

Lessen Anticipated Pain With Your Imagination Lessen Anticipated Pain With Your Imagination

CNS 2015 Press Room

Press registration is now open for CNS 2015 in San Francisco this March. Get great story ideas and connect with 1,500+ scientists sharing the latest research in cognitive neuroscience....read more

CNS 2015 Press Room CNS 2015 Press Room

fNIRS: The In-Between for Brain Activity in Real-World Settings

A new neuroimaging technique offers a portable design that lets researchers look at brain activity in more varied settings...read more

fNIRS: The In-Between for Brain Activity in Real-World Settings fNIRS: The In-Between for Brain Activity in Real-World Settings

Getting Past Dyslexia Myths: How Neuroscience Has Helped

Although scientists now understand dyslexia better than ever before, it is still a condition shrouded in misunderstanding....read more

Getting Past Dyslexia Myths: How Neuroscience Has Helped Getting Past Dyslexia Myths: How Neuroscience Has Helped

Smell Stimulates Early Visual Processing in Women But Not in Men

A new study is the first to show that smells can influence an early stage of visual perception...read more

Smell Stimulates Early Visual Processing in Women But Not in Men Smell Stimulates Early Visual Processing in Women But Not in Men
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)
  • Save the Date: CNS 2015 in San Francisco, CA

    March 28-31, 2015

  • Check out featured speakers for CNS 2015.

  • Anjan Chatterjee will deliver the CNS 2015 keynote lecture on the neuroscience of art.