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Scientists Have A More Precise Way To Measure Your Brain
A British company is making the device a reality
Brains Of Video Game-Addicted Teens Are Hyper Connected
That may make addicts more likely to have other psychological disorders
Here’s A Photo Of A Brain Forming A New Idea
And scientists can tell what the idea is about
The Woman Who Can Will Herself Out Of Her Body
The case of the voluntary out-of-body experience.
In The Brain, Distances In Space, Time, And Social Relationships Look The Same
A brain-scanning study finds a small region of the brain that treats "far from me," "distant acquaintance," and "later" as similar concepts.
GE’s Silent MRI Scanner Has Hit The Market
Quiet scans for everyone!
This Is What Experiencing A Hot Flash Looks Like
Is it hot in here?
What Happens In Your Brain When You Try To Do Impressions
Sympathies to the researcher who had to listen to amateur impressions all day.
Watching Your Brain Freak Out On A Scanner Calms You Down
People who observed their own brain activity using real-time fMRI feedback were better able to control and reduce their anxiety, a new study says.
Scientists Can Pluck Images Out Of Your Dreams
A new method can visualize with 60 percent accuracy what you're seeing while you sleep.