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10. Dec 11

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Researchers shattered the myth that players who score one or more three-pointers improve their odds of scoring another. A new report raises doubts about the ability of athletes in particular, and peop...

04. Jan 12

Synesthesia linked to a hyper-excitable brain

http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2011/12/11122...

Hyper-excitability' in regions of the brain may underlie synesthesia, an unusual condition where some people experience a 'blending of the senses', new researchers suggest.

13. Jan 12

Crucial advances in 'brain reading' demonstrated

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A new study demonstrates several crucial advances in "brain reading" or "brain decoding" using computerized machine learning methods. Researchers classified data taken from people being scanned while ...

10. Jul 10

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Better-looking politicians get more media coverage

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The better a politician's looks, the higher the frequency of television news coverage, according to a new study by researchers in Israel.

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Researchers use robot to determine how human stran...

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What can a wide-eyed, talking robot teach us about trust? A lot, according to psychology professors who are conducting innovative research to determine how humans decide to trust strangers -- and if t...

10. Oct 11

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Illusory memories can have salutary effects

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“False memories tend to get a bad rap,” says developmental psychologist Mark L. Howe in a new article. Indeed, remembering events incorrectly or remembering events that didn’t happen...

23. Nov 11

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'Tis better to give than to receive? Life scientis...

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Providing support to a loved one offers benefits, to the giver, not just the recipient, a new neuroimaging study reveals.

03. Dec 11

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Some people can hallucinate colors at will

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Scientists have found that some people have the ability to hallucinate colors at will -- even without the help of hypnosis.

14. Jan 12

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Changes in London taxi drivers' brains driven by a...

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Acquiring 'the Knowledge' – the complex layout of central London's 25,000 streets and thousands of places of interest – causes structural changes in the brain and changes to memory in the ...

28. Jan 12

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Long intervening non-coding RNAs play pivotal role...

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Scientists have identified conserved, long intervening non-coding RNAs that play key roles during brain development in zebrafish, and went on to show that the human versions of these RNAs can substitu...

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