Image of pioneer cells
These trailblazers strike out into various parts of the brain, laying down axons as they go.
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These trailblazers strike out into various parts of the brain, laying down axons as they go.
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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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  • 4 min
It’s hard to describe what an emotion is — let alone how many of them there are or whether everyone experiences the same ones. But we do know this: emotions arise from activity in distinct parts of the brain.
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What does the nervous system do and how does it work?
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  • 12 min
Individual neurons bundle together to form the sciatic nerve, a superhighway running from your legs to your spine.
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Disrupting circadian rhythms is linked to mood disorders, and chronic illnesses. Neuroscientists are teasing apart how.
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The brain made up of around 86 billion neurons, with trillions of connections between them. How does this come to be?
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Having a conversation requires give and take.
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The cerebellum helps coordinate your most intricate movements.
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Encourage your students to take a journey through the nervous system.
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The brain is broken up into four lobes that perform different functions.
  • National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke
Pregnancy sculpts the brain in a way that may improve social cognition and caregiving.
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