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MRRI Aug 4
The and Action Lab studies the interface between cognitive representations of objects, tasks & action planning processes to understand how conceptual representations may be grounded & how stroke may disrupt object representations.
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Roos Jutten Aug 5
The EC has compiled a list of this year's highlights: We highly recommend watching these excellent presentations - in case you missed them last week, all remain available until next month!
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USIsraelBSF Aug 5
💰 SCIENCE RESEARCH FUNDING opportunities with August deadlines! 🇺🇸U.S. and 🇮🇱Israeli scientists are encouraged to collaborate & apply for funding from joint NSF-BSF programs. Details & deadlines here: ➡
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Memory Spaces Aug 4
I want to help improve your memory. What would you like to remember better? Do you believe that memory is a skill that can be trained?
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Francesca DP Aug 6
I just finished my first session with students from Scotland. We chatted about and and did a little experiment about probabilistic understanding with Raffaello chocolate and silver paper balls. My cat enjoyed the experiment too!
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BillyLegal The Great 🇬🇷🇨🇦 Aug 4
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Louise Brown Nicholls Aug 6
Paper published online in & ! "Impacts of trait on , as a function of task demand and situational ". If you don't have access, please DM for a reprint.
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Animal Behavior Society Aug 4
After an incredible , we're back with ! On Monday, 10 August, Lisa Barrett will talk about her work on and its relation to , , and more!
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Animal Behavior Society Aug 6
What connects and ? How can research inform ? Learn about all this and more when Lisa Barrett runs the on Monday, 10 August!
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amandas Aug 5
Looking forward to watching this mid August. Thanks for making it available to non-members.Much appreciated🙂
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Daily Health Post Aug 4
Aside from our working memory, music training can also help with our visual long-term memory. Read more 👉
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StressLab@UniTrier Jul 30
Special issue on and published online today. Many thanks to all contributors !
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Memory Health 13h
5 Things Science Says You Should Do For Your Brain These brain moves are more than smart — they’ll help keep you sharp, focused and with it well into old age.
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Neuroscience Serials Elsevier 18h
International Review of Neurobiology, volume 153 now available! Placebo Effects in Neurologic Disease, edited by Natalie P. Witek, Christopher Goetz and Glenn T. Stebbins
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Andrea Gilmore-Bykovskyi 11h
I'm all about this! Special request that colleagues in & check out the because disparities in care access, quality, delivery and many of the clinical/social foci of these presentations are relevant to but under-addressed in reserach
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Growth Tech News Jul 31
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Metagenics Institute Aug 5
Beyond healthcare, this pandemic has drastically altered life as we know it. We explore the mental health burden of COVID-19 and what it means for everyone in greater detail at the link.
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CUP Linguistics Aug 3
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Memory Health Aug 5
Fisetin prevents the aging-associated decline in relative spectral power of α, β and linked MUA in the cortex and behavioral alterations
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Natural Path News Ⓥ Aug 6
Eating for your brain. Why Bugs Bunny was so smart. Letting you in on his secret!
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