Movement

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It doesn’t take brainpower to react to sudden danger; just a bit of spine.
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Mirror neurons captured the neuroscientific zeitgeist 15 years ago, but much of their early hype has since deflated. What is their significance now?
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Test your knowledge about sleep, senses, and disorders.
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And other neuroscience news you may have missed in July 2022.
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Test your knowledge about senses, diseases, and movements.
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Coughing is the result of a biological process involving your airways and certain brain regions, explains Sara Prescott.
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And other neuroscience news you may have missed in May 2022.
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Working out buffs up the body — and perhaps the mind, too. New research is revealing how physical activity can reduce and even ward off depression, anxiety and other psychological ailments.
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And other neuroscience news you may have missed in March 2022.
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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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And other neuroscience news you may have missed in February 2022.
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Silvia Arber, Martyn Goulding, and Ole Kiehn have identified the cells and circuits in the spinal cord and brainstem that make all kinds of movement possible.
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Diminished levels of the protein cause a common side effect of Parkinson's treatment.
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