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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

When Children Try to Remember Many Things At Once

A new study finds that kids recruit similar brain areas as adults for working memory but have a reduced ability to remember many things at once...read more

When Children Try to Remember Many Things At Once When Children Try to Remember Many Things At Once

What Makes an App Educational?

A new study offers a scientific approach to evaluating current and future educational apps....read more

What Makes an App Educational? What Makes an App Educational?

New Brain Imaging Techniques Can Improve Testing for Mild Concussions

Neuroscience is revealing new ways to diagnose concussions, even absent the telltale behavioral symptoms...read more

New Brain Imaging Techniques Can Improve Testing for Mild Concussions New Brain Imaging Techniques Can Improve Testing for Mild Concussions

How the Developing Brain Moves from Cooties to Crushes

For the first time, researchers have found the signals for “cooties” and “crushes” in the developing brain...read more

How the Developing Brain Moves from Cooties to Crushes How the Developing Brain Moves from Cooties to Crushes
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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