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The legacy of Angelo Mosso: an historical background of fMRi

During XIX century physiology had an outstanding growth in methodology, knowledge and technology. Critical thinking took a central role in the developing of any new scientific investigation. 648 more words

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OPEN ACCESS ARTICLE – An Inflammation-related Nutrient Pattern is Associated with Both Brain and Cognitive Measures in a Multiethnic Elderly Population – Current Alzheimer Research

Journal: Current Alzheimer Research

Author(s): Yian Gu*, Jennifer J. Manly, Richard P. Mayeux, Adam M. Brickman


Background: Accumulating evidence suggests that dietary factors are associated with Alzheimer’s disease, cognition, and brain health in older adults. 285 more words

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The winning brainwave

If you could create an experiment to learn more about the human brain, what would you investigate? We posed this question in our Big Brain Competition last year, as part of the  599 more words


Brain imaging reveals ADHD as a collection of different disorders

The study, published in Biological Psychiatry: Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuroimaging, has the potential for a radical rethinking of how researchers think about ADHD. “This study has uncovered evidence that clearly supports the idea that adolescents with ADHD are not all the same neurologically,” – said first author Dr. 401 more words


LSD Produces A New Type Of ‘Harmonic’ Order In The Brain, According To Neuroimaging Study

New brain published in the journal Scientific Reports sheds new light on how LSD produces its psychedelic effects. The drug resulted in the “emergence of new type of order in the brain,” the researchers found. 815 more words

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The Human Amygdala and Pain: Evidence from Neuroimaging

The amygdala, a small deep brain structure involved in behavioral processing through interactions with other brain regions, has garnered increased attention in recent years in relation to pain processing. 177 more words