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Many people are surrounded by music throughout much of their everyday lives. What’s happening in our brains as we’re listening to music?
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Barry Everitt illuminates some of the ways addictive drugs can hijack or alter the brain’s natural programming — especially in vulnerable individuals.
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Brain-machine interfaces convert our brain signals to actions and are powered by electricity. The same power source may be used to treat diseases and disorders.
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Fluctuating levels of estrogen during a period known as perimenopause can wreak havoc on the mental health of women in midlife.
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Cognitive behavioral therapy is proving to work well, but only for some patients.
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The vagus nerve may be the body’s earliest detector of inflammatory infections — and trigger for healing autoimmune conditions.
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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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And other neuroscience news in October 2021.
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Recording brain signals can help guide treatments following a stroke.
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Researchers are working against the one-size-fits-all model for brain stimulation dosing with the help of AI.
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And other neuroscience news in August 2021.
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And other neuroscience news in May 2021.
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