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Alin Coman Justifying wartime atrocities alters memories
Released May 15, 2014
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image of a facial-expression Ouch! Computer system spots fake expressions of pain better than people
Released April 3, 2014
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a cap used to take EEG scans Study: Your brain sees things you don't
Released November 13, 2013
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people and society graphic The importance of keeping a beat
Released September 18, 2013
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image of kids in musical training Ability to move to a beat linked to brainís response to speech
Released September 17, 2013
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image of a graph Look! Something Shiny! How Some Textbook Visuals Can Hurt Learning
Released May 8, 2013
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mathematics graphic Impaired Coordination of Brain Activity in Autism Involves Local, As Well As Long-range, Signaling
Released January 14, 2013
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video clip used to teach an artificial language Language Is Shaped by Brain's Desire for Clarity and Ease
Released October 16, 2012
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genes found in Salmonella MIT Team Builds Most Complex Synthetic Biology Circuit Yet
Released October 7, 2012
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part of a definition in a dictionary Thinking in a Foreign Language Helps Economic Decision-making
Released April 25, 2012
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students taking a test Switching Subject Categories Could Improve Test Scores
Released April 24, 2012
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image of a student doing a math problem Deaf Children's Gesture Mismatches Provide Clues to Learning Moments
Released April 5, 2012
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Jessica Witt Study: Golfers Can Improve Their Putt With a Different Look
Released April 3, 2012
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people and society graphic To Children (But Not Adults) a Rose by Any Other Name Is Still a Rose
Released December 27, 2011
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a rat finds a reward in an ambiguous situation What Do Animals 'Know'? More Than You May Think
Released December 8, 2011
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people and society graphic Penn and Rutgers Psychologists Increase Understanding of How the Brain Perceives Shades of Gray
Released November 10, 2011
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people and society graphic Motor Memory: The Long and Short of It
Released September 13, 2011
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Palmeri, Logan and Schall New Insight Into Impulse Control
Released August 30, 2011
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people and society graphic How the Visual System Constructs Moving Objects: One by One
Released August 12, 2011
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neural images of Carnegie Mellon and Princeton Neuroscientists Uncover Neural Mechanisms of Object Recognition
Released July 13, 2011
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people and society graphic Researchers Identify Components of Speech Recognition Pathway in Humans
Released June 22, 2011
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image of faces Carnegie Mellon Researchers Uncover How the Brain Processes Faces
Released May 31, 2011
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people and society graphic Musical Experience Offsets Some Aging Effects
Released May 11, 2011
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image of hands signing Sign Language Users Read Words and See Signs Simultaneously
Released March 22, 2011
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American sign language Words Help People Form Mathematical Concepts
Released February 7, 2011
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people and society graphic Gesturing While Talking Helps Change Your Thoughts
Released January 5, 2011
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photo of hands on a keyboard Fingers Detect Typos Even When Conscious Brain Doesn't
Released October 28, 2010
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people and society graphic Foreign Accents Make Speakers Seem Less Truthful to Listeners
Released July 19, 2010
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Gary Lupyan Making the Invisible Visible: Verbal--not Visual--Cues Enhance Visual Detection, Says Penn Researcher
Released July 12, 2010
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an inflated brain Why Surprises Temporarily Blind Us
Released March 10, 2010
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