No, You’re Not Left-Brained or Right-Brained

At the fictional Hogwarts school for witchcraft and wizardry in the Harry Potter series, students are sorted into different school

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The Life and Times of the 10% Neuromyth

How much of your brain are you using right now? The science fiction answer would be “10%.” And, if you’ve

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Are children with Angelman syndrome really happy?

Imagine that your child has a neurological condition. A condition that could stop your child from ever speaking or walking.

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Book Review: The Perpetual Now

Ten years ago, in December 2007, an artist named Lonnie Sue Johnson lost her short term memory. She was admitted

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One Small Map for Fruit Flies, One Giant Leap for Neuroscience

*Note: this article explores a recent paper that has been reviewed and published in its preprint form, before peer review.

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Is Neuroimaging Just Modern Phrenology?

You might have heard the term ‘phrenology’ thrown around, usually in the context of pseudoscience and racism. Or, if you’ve

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