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Watch the winning videos from the 2014 Brain Awareness Video Contest.
From: Society for Neuroscience

How could the color of a dress be open to interpretation? Learn more about the neuroscience behind the internet phenomenon in the third-place video from the 2016 Brain Awareness Video Contest.
From: Society for Neuroscience

A conversation with a friend may feel effortless but your brain is hard at work listening to your friend, deciding how to respond, and selecting the words to use. Learn more in this video which took second place in the 2016 Brain Awareness Video Contest.
From: Society for Neuroscience

What is it about smell that evokes such powerful memories? Find out in this video which earned an honorable mention in the 2016 Brain Awareness Video Contest.
From: Society for Neuroscience

Learn about the neuroscience behind synesthesia in this video which won first place in the 2016 Brain Awareness Video Contest.
From: Society for Neuroscience


Proprioception is your sense of your body’s position in space, and without it you wouldn’t be able to walk or scratch your nose with your eyes closed.
From: Society for Neuroscience

Concussions don’t always show up on brain scans. But, whether or not we can see it, the damage is there.
From: Society for Neuroscience

Modern neuroscience is the sum of countless discoveries. Meet a few scientists and learn their contributions in this video.
From: Society for Neuroscience

Touch a hot pan and you’ll reflexively withdraw your hand. That’s because a special type of pain-sensing nerves transmits a jolt of pain, which acts like a warning signal to prevent further injury. 
From: Society for Neuroscience

While unpleasant, pain exists for a reason: it directs our attention to an injury so we can take care of it and prevent further damage. 
From: Society for Neuroscience

As we age, connections between brain cells weaken are cells can’t communicate with each other as effectively, leading to problems with memory and cognitive ability.
From: Society for Neuroscience

Located deep within the brain, the limbic system contains brain structures crucial for memory, emotion, and basic body functions.
From: Society for Neuroscience

Help your students create videos about the brain and nervous system.
From: Society for Neuroscience

SfN is holding the Brain Awareness Video Contest to showcase entertaining and educational neuroscience concepts and activities.
From: Society for Neuroscience

The story of a child's quest to understand his grandfather's lost words. The winning entry for the 2011 Brain Awareness Video Contest.
From: Society for Neuroscience

The brain remains active while we are awake, sleeping, focused, or daydreaming. 2011 Brain Awareness Video Contest submitters hypothesize about what the brain could be doing during these periods.
From: Society for Neuroscience

Neuroscience terminology flows better in rap form. Learn about neuroscience from the second place winner of the 2011 Brain Awareness Video Contest.
From: Society for Neuroscience

The brain is the home of the body’s internal clock. Genetics can alter this clock, as the 2012 second place Brain Awareness Video Contest winner explains.
From: Society for Neuroscience

Remember, perceive, move, and breathe — how does the brain do it all? A neuroscientist and his two young sons explain.
From: Society for Neuroscience
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