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Navigating the uncanny valley
Oliver Sacks, renowned author and clinician, looks humorously and gently at perceptive disorders
What language can tell us about how we think
New studies help explain why, despite having more experience, senior citizens often make unprofitable financial choices
What neuromarketing can tell us about logos (and why designers already knew it)
Bringing neuroscience into the courtroom may influence more brains than we think
Like people, mice show pain on their faces
Scientists struggle to explain the mind in terms of the molecule
The story of a startling reflection
Your brain may remember something, even when you can’t
Scientists pinpoint the region of the brain that controls your comfort zone.
Neuroscientists at New York University study longtime meditators to glean insight into how our brains work.
Personality changes might result from stem cell treatment of neurologic disorders, caution scientists and philosophers at Johns Hopkins University
Could prions, the proteins that cause diseases like Mad Cow, also be crucial to normal brain functioning?