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brain science

Q+A
Finding her happy
Published April 11, 2016
For neuroscientist and author Wendy Suzuki, learning how exercise affects the brain has been a life-changing experience
Brain science
How we know what's up
Published March 10, 2016
Scientists find neurons that use environmental cues to infer direction of gravity
Alphabet game
Expertise and perception
Published March 2, 2016
Objects look significantly different to people familiar with them, study suggests
Digital innovation
Thought exercise
Published Feb 26, 2016 Video
Man moves individual fingers on prosthetic arm using only his mind
Brain training
Ignore the red letters
Published Feb 26, 2016 Video
You can find something faster if you know what to look for—and what not to look for
Now hear this
Selective attention
Published Feb 23, 2016 Video
Bat brain behavior offers key insights into how we focus on certain sounds
Neuroscience
Big potential of 'mini-brains'
Published Feb 12, 2016 Video
Human-derived structures could allow for better research, reduce animal testing / School of Public Health
Rewarding behaviors
Why breaking habits is hard
Published Feb 11, 2016
Our brains are wired to focus on previously pleasing things, even if we don't realize it
Cognitive science
Broken words
Published Feb 1, 2016
Researchers study stroke victims to pinpoint areas of brain that control how we write, spell
Training tip
How to get better, faster
Published Jan 28, 2016
To master skills faster, tweak your practice routine, researchers say