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Hannah Zuckerman

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Hannah is the former Production and Editorial Associate for BrainFacts.org. She graduated from Bryn Mawr College in 2014 with a degree in history. She previously worked at Princeton University Press and the art magazine Sculpture.

Articles by Hannah Zuckerman

Scientist Konstantina Kilteni explains the ins and outs of tickling, discusses the evolutionary purpose behind the sensation, and reveals why we can’t tickle ourselves.
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For many people, the winter poses an onslaught of a seasonal depression known as seasonal affective disorder, or SAD.
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When light hits our eyes, it does more than help us see.
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Like wrinkles and gray hair, the brain has its own telltale signs of aging.
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Meet the neuroscientists behind BrainFacts.org.
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Meet the neuroscientists behind BrainFacts.org.
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Sense organs are the brain’s windows to the outside world.
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Meet the neuroscientists behind BrainFacts.org.
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Understanding how the developing brain grows, changes, and learns provides a fuller picture of how this complicated machine works.
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You might struggle to learn new steps in your dance class, but your brain is working to ensure you nail the routine.
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If your body were a ship, your brain would be the command center.
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Memories of failed attempts and false starts while learning to ride a bike may remain, but it likely all feels natural now. For that, you can thank the intricate circuits comprising your nervous system.
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