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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High Fat Diet May Prevent Sudden Death in Epilepsy

The human brain consists of highly complex circuitry which is wired to elicit a synchronous pattern of electrical signals. This

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Can Neuroscience Explain the Mandela Effect?

Would you trust a memory if it felt as real as all your others? And other people confirmed they remember

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How to Give Thanks Like a Neuroscientist

You’re on your way to the traditional Thanksgiving family get-together. You drive down a familiar street, locate your familiar house,

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Is too much sugar a form of brain abuse?

We all know too much sugar is bad for us.  But did you know that having unfettered access to sugar

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Digging Out the “Earworms:” Involuntary Musical Imagery Correlates with Cortical Structure

You don’t know you know this song, but you definitely know this song: “Hey Mickey you’re so fine, you’re so

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