Did neuroscience just throw a wet blanket on gender equality?
Articles tagged "neuroscience"
At least, that's what an animal study out of Emory University dares to suggest.
New research points to how humans and other animals understand "good" and "bad."
Or is it the other way around?
The growing opinion of many experts in both law and neuroscience is that law should not take neuroscience at face value.
The technology could be translated to paralyzed humans to restore limb movement.
Apparently, beauty is in the brain of the beholder.
The brain's information pathways are also information computers.
Today, the leading cause of soldiers' hospital stays isn't physical injuries, but mental conditions.
Researchers discover that people aren't as empathetic as they are wrathful.
Scientists have modeled brain injuries in fruit flies, opening the door for new genetic tests.
Can gaming really change your brain?
Welcome to the dawn of the mini brain.
Preliminary MRI work backs up what most friends-of-dogs already know.
In addition to getting too into fancy meals, foodies lose the ability to recognize facial expressions.
Is a sleep drug also reversing brain damage?
While it seems totally insane to be awake during brain surgery, it is a fairly common practice in the field of neurosurgery.
Will we spot the next financial collapse before it happens, in the brain of stock brokers?
For decades, scientists have argued back and forth.
While whatever causes brief discrepancies of intellectual understanding could be considered flaws, perhaps the infinite possible features that are yet to be “flaws” should also be considered in the study of mental illness as well.
Just look at that poor mouse.
We live in a culture that prides itself on working to the bone, often viewing sleep as non-productive. And research suggests we might need it more than ever.