Injury

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Research shows that even mild TBI can cause permanent brain changes in young adults – and that the damage worsens over time.
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How are factual and social knowledge linked? Vietnam veterans with focal brain injuries help neuroscientists determine the answer in this video.
  • Beckman Institute
Understanding how new neurons integrate into existing brain regions may hold the secret to restoring brain function after injury or disease.
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If you ever feel sorry for yourself, visit a neurologist’s waiting room.
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See for yourself what happens to the brain during a head injury. This short video is a great resource to enhance your lesson plans.
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Help your students prevent and understand concussions. These lesson plans provide hands-on activities to learn more about head injuries.
  • University of New England Center for Excellence in the Neurosciences
A reader called me to say how much he enjoyed my book, The Other Brain, and then confided the true reason for his call: he wanted to share with me an extraordinary change in his brain and ask for my neurobiological insight. “After having a stroke I found that I could read other people’s minds,” he said.
One of the most prominent human abilities is language, a complex system involving many components, including sensory-motor functions and memory systems.
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Molecules that are important in brain development may help treat or prevent brain injuries and disorders.
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In some instances, the brain can repair itself.
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In this video, doctors, researchers, and patients explain the causes and effects of spinal cord injury.
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