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And other neuroscience news in March 2021.
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Changes to cell metabolism can drive the appetite of the entire organism.
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After evolution silenced some of its genes, the Mexican cavefish lost its eyeballs.
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And other neuroscience news in February 2021.
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Spacing out study sessions enhances long-term memory and retention — and is far better than cramming the night before an exam.
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Stories help people connect with each other and make sense of the world.
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What goes on in our bodies that makes muscles tight, and how does this tightness lead to headaches?
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Ceiling height and window light don’t just concern interior designers. Neuroscientists are examining how room design evokes specific cognitive responses.
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Black History Is showcases Black scientists in the field of neuroscience.
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Many women experience hot flashes during menopause, but researchers are still working to uncover why they happen and how to treat them.
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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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The notoriously asocial creatures may possess some of the brain circuits humans use for social behavior.
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