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Buildings, Beauty, and the Brain: Q&A with Anjan Chatterjee Buildings, Beauty, and the Brain: Q&A with Anjan Chatterjee
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Sorting Out What is Real: Q&A with Jon Simons Sorting Out What is Real: Q&A with Jon Simons
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Save the Date! CNS 2018 in Boston

The CNS 25th anniversary meeting will be March 24-27, 2018, in Boston, Massachusetts. Mark your calendars now!

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Videos are now live from the CNS 2017 keynote lecture and the Big Ideas in Cognitive Neuroscience special session. Watch them now!

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Big Ideas in Cognitive Neuroscience - 6 talks by Charles R. Gallistel (Rutgers University), Tomás Ryan (Trinity College Dublin & MIT), Angela Friederici (Max-Planck-Institute), Jean-Rémi King (NYU), John Krakauer (Johns Hopkins University), and Danielle Bassett (University of Pennsylvania)

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