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Neuroscience News 1m
The increased risk appears to only apply to those who experience a drop in their systolic blood pressure. Those with systolic orthostatic hypotension were 40% more likely to develop than those who did not suffer from the condition.
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Neuroscience News 20h
Sex-Specific Differences in Neural Mechanisms for Glucose Regulation Discovered Researchers have uncovered a neural mechanism in female mice that shifts estrogen from playing a protective role in glucose metabolism to a disruptive one.
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Knowing Neurons 7m
How quickly can you process words over colors? Stroop Tests assess how well one can process a certain type of information whilst being impeded by another. Let us know how you do! Image credit: Neeuro
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Anthony Clark Composer 5m
The of Changing Your Mind. How does our mind work with our body in an instant?
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Sharad Verma 35m
“We are not thinking machines that feel, we are feeling machines that think” - Antonio Damasio, neuroscientist
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Neuroscience News 21h
Placebos Prove Powerful Even When People Know They’re Taking One Placebos reduce biomarkers in the brain of emotional distress, even when a patient knows they are taking one.
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Neuronline Aug 3
Neurons that fire together, wire together - like our first tweet. 👋 Hey community!
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Joanne Gouaux 1h
Scientists have successfully shown how alpha waves relate to the body’s susceptibility or resilience to pain. Fun fact: Our brain is constantly producing rhythmic patterns of activity similar to musical notes. 🎶
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Neuroscience News Aug 4
A new wireless intracortical brain-computer interface neuroprosthesis is capable of gathering and transmitting accurate neural signals, using a tenth of the power required by current wire-enabled systems.
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Laurie's Art Aug 6
Impulse - Laurie'sArt111 via My interpretation of neurotransmitters at work. "All art intuitively apprehends coming changes in the collective unconsciousness."-Carl Jung
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Shannon Christensen Aug 5
INSPIRE Postdocs will hear from UI alumna, Kelly Bijanki , Assistant Professor in the Baylor College of Medicine, tomorrow! Kelly's talk is entitled "Integrative Neurobiology of Affective Disorders: the Stereotactic EEG Platform."
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Behind Your Behavior 37m
Dr. Anjan Chatterjee talks about how pleasure is essential to our aesthetic experiences in episode six!
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WaterCoolerNeuroscience 32m
Why not have a listen to our show this weekend and get lost in the science of the brain 🧠 Make sure to let us know how far you’ve gotten with our episodes and which are your favourite so far!
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Sebastian Ocklenburg Jul 29
Made an MRI cake! 🧠
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Cold Spring Harbor Lab Aug 6
Welcome to CSHL, ! He studies , specifically how sensory experience and the environment shape the developing brain.
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Neuroscience News Aug 5
Obesity and higher body mass are linked to decreased cerebral blood flow. Lower cerebral blood flow is associated with an increased risk of Alzheimer's disease and a range of psychiatric disorders.
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Neuroscience News 23h
Non-Invasive Nerve Stimulation Boosts Learning of Foreign Language Sounds Transcranial vagus nerve stimulation could significantly improve a person's ability to learn the sounds of a new language.
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Neuroscience News Aug 3
Trauma was associated with biological aging in early puberty, cellular aging, and alterations in brain structure. The findings may explain why children who experienced adversity early in life often suffer poor health as they age.
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SIRG SoNeAt 10m
Last weekend before our virtual . Enjoy the calm before the storm. Two days of intense talks, posters, and meetings on and are up from Wednesday next week! ☀️😎
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Neuroscience News 19h
How Pollution Affects the Brain Two new studies from USC reveal the implications of air pollution on brain development and neurological health in children and older women.
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