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DO I LOVE YOU? NO, I DON'T THINK SO.

The two scenarios that usually cause us to contemplate “What is love?” give meaning to the question. Either we wonder, “Am I loved?” or we ask, “Do I love?” 94 more words

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Scientists map brain’s thesaurus to help decode inner thoughts

What if a map of the brain could help us decode people’s inner thoughts?

UC Berkeley scientists have taken a step in that direction by building a “semantic atlas” that shows in vivid colors and multiple dimensions how the human brain organizes language. 639 more words

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NEUROnomics: Everything Brain

)By Kristen E. Strubberg Editor-in-Chief

TGNR is excited to announce a new upcoming weekly column by TGNR‘s Founder and Editor-In-Chief Kristen E. Strubberg… 245 more words

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IS STRESS REAL OR PURELY IMAGINATION?

“There are essentially two types of stress: the kind where you see your life flash in front of your eyes when faced with imminent death or the slow building stress that is related to work, or personal relationships and all that comes with these two relationships.  122 more words

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New study may explain gene's role in major psychiatric disorders

A new study shows the death of newborn brain cells may be linked to a genetic risk factor for five major psychiatric diseases, and at the same time shows a compound currently being developed for use in humans may have therapeutic value for these diseases by preventing the cells from dying. 826 more words

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Gpr176 - The key to developing drugs targeting the circadian clock

The circadian rhythm of life is any biological process that takes approximately 24 hours to complete naturally. It is observed in controlling behavior and physiological processes in plants, animals, fungi and cyanobacteria. 428 more words

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THEY'RE NOT DANGEROUS IF YOU RAISE THEM RIGHT.

“They’re not dangerous if you raise them right. The same can be said about dogs”
New research suggests dogs which have been deemed ‘dangerous’ and banned by the government may have been wrongly stigmatised because they are prized by bad owners. 159 more words

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