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Neuroscience has begun to trace the complex network of cognitive and neural processes that come together to create sudden insight.
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This video shows how the right-and-left-brained belief came to be and why it is a myth.
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Daniel Levitin, professor of neuroscience at McGill University, describes the way that learning a musical instrument alters and strengthens key areas of the brain.
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Nina Kraus, professor at Northwestern University, discusses how our brains process sound, and how making music can help offset language deficiencies.
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Ping Ho, founder and director of UCLArts and Healing, describes how art education is a matter of public health.
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Teaching young people how to play music and create art can have lasting benefits for the brain.
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The highly connected region is active not only driving motor movements but also during cognitive tasks.
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30,000 scientists will convene today in Washington, DC, for the Society for Neuroscience’s annual meeting. Watch last year’s Dialogues lecture.
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Researchers have begun to reveal how creating visual art affects brain function.
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Would we have Poe’s Raven today if the tormented author had taken lithium to suppress his bipolar illness?
Ed Catmull, president of Pixar, gave a lecture at the Society for Neuroscience Meeting. What does movie making have to do with brain science?
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