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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

Watch 2 Videos: Anjan Chatterjee and Marta Kutas at CNS 2015

Watch full videos of Anjan Chatterjee's -- "Neuroscience of Art and Aesthetics" -- & Marta Kutas' -- "45 years of Cognitive Electrophysiology" -- talks...read more

Watch 2 Videos: Anjan Chatterjee and Marta Kutas at CNS 2015 Watch 2 Videos: Anjan Chatterjee and Marta Kutas at CNS 2015

Intelligent Neuroprostheses Mimic Natural Motor Control

Neuroscientists are taking inspiration from natural motor control to design new prosthetic devices that can better replace limb function...read more

Intelligent Neuroprostheses Mimic Natural Motor Control Intelligent Neuroprostheses Mimic Natural Motor Control

Babies Learn Language Socially

Patricia Kuhl on babies' amazing language journey and what it tells us about learning...read more

Babies Learn Language Socially Babies Learn Language Socially

Rats, Reasoning & Rehabilitation: Neuroscientists are Uncovering How We Reason

CNS 2015 Press Release: New work, from how rats reason to reasoning among people with schizophrenia and autism...read more

Rats, Reasoning & Rehabilitation: Neuroscientists are Uncovering How We Reason Rats, Reasoning & Rehabilitation: Neuroscientists are Uncovering How We Reason
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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    April 2-5, 2016

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