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Links 1 through 10 of 12 by Charlie Schick tagged brain

Great article. "The split brain: A tale of two halves" Nature http://t.co/AtAyzjK5 #psych #mind #brain

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"Researchers at Brookhaven National Laboratory in New York have developed a Rat Conscious Animal PET (RatCAP) imager, which allows a rat to wear a scanner even while it moves around."

Quite cool!

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Very cool summary of a recent finding regarding regions of the genome that a missing in humans and Neanderthals but conserved in most mammals. "Sometimes less is more," as they say in this report.

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"Your baby's language skills may surprise you. Before they speak—before they even crawl—infants can distinguish between two languages they've never heard before just by looking at the face of a speaker."

Interesting.

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"Why does human conversation come so easily? A new study chalks it up to a sort of "mind meld" between participants. Researchers have found that the brains of speakers and listeners become synchronized as they converse and that this "neural coupling" is key to effective communication."

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"ImPACT (Immediate Post-Concussion Assessment and Cognitive Testing) is the first, most-widely used, and most scientifically validated computerized concussion evaluation system."

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"Due to awareness raised by the media, advances in clinical assessment and treatment, and implementation of sports concussion management programs in a growing number of schools, we are beginning to see progress for student-athletes."

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"THE daguerreotype on the right is believed to be the only known image of railroad worker Phineas Gage, who was enshrined in the history of neuroscience one day in September, 1848, when a large iron rod he was using to tamp gunpowder into a hole in a rock caused an explosion and was propelled through his brain." [via @mocost]

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