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For the first time researchers have identified the lifelong changes in gene expression in the brains of people born with Down syndrome (DS). The findings, which appear in the journal Neuron, may lead to possible therapies for DS patients. via rddit scienc

Volunteers learned to activate a part of the brain linked to motivation when they got feedback from an MRI. It's much more specific than older forms of biofeedback. But could it help change habits?

Could You Hack Your Brain To Get More Motivated?

Can you hack your braint o be more motivated? Volunteers learned to activate a part of the brain linked to motivation when they got feedback from an MRI. It's much more specific than older forms of biofeedback. But could it help change habits?

Effects Of Alcohol On The Brain - YouTube

Effects Of Alcohol On The Brain - The Mind Voyager

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How can we begin to understand the way the brain works? The same way we begin to understand a city: by making a map. In this visually stunning talk, Allan Jones shows how his team is mapping which genes are turned on in each tiny region, and how it all co

A TED-Ed Animation Describing the Hippocampus Region of the Brain and Why We Need It

A TED-Ed Animation Describing the Hippocampus Region of the Brain and Why We Need It

In the latest TED-Ed animation, “The Hippocampus and Memory,” educator Sam Kean and animator Anton Bogaty explore the function of the hippocampus, the region of the brain named after its resemblanc…

This shows how different areas of the brain are affected by tbi.

[WEB SITE] Report: Brain-injured patients need therapies based on cognitive neuroscience

Scientists say your “mind" isn’t confined to your brain, or even your body — Quartz

Scientists say your “mind” isn’t confined to your brain, or even your body

Scientists say your “mind" isn’t confined to your brain, or even your body — Quartz

Using mice, researchers showed for the first time that the space between brain cells may increase during sleep, allowing the brain to flush out toxins that build up during waking hours. These results suggest a new role for sleep in health and disease.

Brain may flush out toxins during sleep; Sleep clears brain of molecules associated with neurodegeneration: Study

Sleep may help the brain cleanse itself of toxic molecules. (image of a mouse brain)

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