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Behind every economic decision you make is a host of biases, hormone fluctuations, and firing neurons.
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Tennis star Maria Sharapova has admitted to using the performance-enhancing drug meldonium, which boosts brain and body power and endurance. Here’s how it works.
Juries consider eyewitness testimony to be highly reliable evidence. But just how reliable is it?
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Get involved in Brain Awareness Week with these ideas and resources!
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Secondary school students around the world are testing their knowledge in local Brain Bees.
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Beginning on October 1, researchers seeking NIH grants must balance male and female cells and animals in their NIH funded research.
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Get answers to your questions about the Find a Neuroscientist network.
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SfN is holding the Brain Awareness Video Contest to showcase entertaining and educational neuroscience concepts and activities.
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Three neuroscientists discuss how addiction is a disease of the brain, as well as prospects for improved pharmacological treatments.
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Get ideas for new Brain Awareness activities and learn best practices for planning and running successful events in this webinar for BAW first-timers and dedicated supporters.&
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As the government shutdown nears the two week mark, it’s worth examining the effect of this latest political showdown on American science, and what this says about our collective values.
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Scientists have now pinpointed the brain circuitry that compels us to behave according to social norms.
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The neurology professor contemplates the ethical issues raised by neuroscience research.
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