From Learning in Infancy to Planning Ahead in Adulthood: Sleep's Vital Role for Memory
CNS 2014 Press Release: New evidence of how sleep is essential for the formation of lasting memories...read more
The Social Circuits that Track How We Like People and Ideas
CNS 2014 Press Release: Scientists are discovering the how our brains keep track of popular people in our social networks...read more
Changing Children's Cognitive Abilities Through Targeted Interventions
CNS 2014 Blog: How neuroscience findings can help children learn...read more
What Shapes a Child's Sense of Humor?
CNS 2014 Blog: A new study measures how children's brains respond to humor and how their sense of humor trends with their parents' sense of humor...read more
Memories of a Man Who Revolutionized How We Understand Memory
CNS 2014 Blog: Suzanne Corkin on how one man with amnesia changed how scientists study and understand memory...read more
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.