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And other neuroscience news you may have missed in March 2022.
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Learn about scientists who have won the world’s largest brain research prize: The Brain Prize.
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In a small, proof-of-concept study, researchers found stimulating the brain with magnets helped people perceive objects faster.
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Hearing loss may affect socialization, accelerate cognitive decline, and increase dementia risk.
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Physician-scientist Phyllis Zee lays out the implications obstructive sleep apnea can have on sleep-wake cycles and health.
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The most complex organ in the human body is comprised of many parts and systems. Take this 3D Brain quiz to see how many regions of the brain you’re familiar with.
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Filler words like ‘um’ or ‘ah’ provide moments of pause for speech processing.
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The axolotl can regrow almost any body part. Its regenerative ability may one day improve spinal cord injury treatments.
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How many answers can you get correct? Put your neuro knowledge to the test in game one of Brain Trivia on-demand.
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How many answers can you get correct? Put your neuro knowledge to the test in game two of Brain Trivia on-demand.
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How many answers can you get correct? Put your neuro knowledge to the test in game three of Brain Trivia on-demand.
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Neurons fire in response to specific lengths of time; they can make a moment feel faster or slower when they get worn out.
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