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Coordinating Movement, Language, and Thoughts? An Expanded Role for the Cerebellum

The cerebellum's influence goes beyond motor skills....read more

Coordinating Movement, Language, and Thoughts? An Expanded Role for the Cerebellum Coordinating Movement, Language, and Thoughts? An Expanded Role for the Cerebellum

Running that Red Light? The Complex Drivers of Teenage Risk

Two new studies use driving simulators to understand individual differences in teen risk-taking -- and the role of social pressures....read more

Running that Red Light? The Complex Drivers of Teenage Risk Running that Red Light? The Complex Drivers of Teenage Risk

Stop Interrupting Me! Distractions Kill Writing Quality

Not only will interruptions increase the time it takes you to finish writing, but they also could reduce your writing quality...read more

Stop Interrupting Me! Distractions Kill Writing Quality Stop Interrupting Me! Distractions Kill Writing Quality

Is Imagination Just Another Form of Remembering?

New research finds that while imagining and remembering draw on shared regions of the brain, the two processes activate those regions in different ways....read more

Is Imagination Just Another Form of Remembering? Is Imagination Just Another Form of Remembering?

Social Priorities: We Rapidly Process Communicative Cues

New work finds that we process social cues faster than previously thought, lending insight into the brain's social priorities...read more

Social Priorities: We Rapidly Process Communicative Cues Social Priorities: We Rapidly Process Communicative Cues
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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