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Brain imaging is on the move with wearable scanning development

New research has demonstrated, for the first time, that a wearable brain scanner can measure brain function while people are standing and walking around. This breakthrough could help better understand and diagnose a range ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

A closer look at the neurobiology of psychedelic experiences

Nitrous oxide, colloquially known as laughing gas, has been used clinically as an anesthetic to dull pain since the 19th century. However, in smaller amounts, it can induce mind-altered experiences, including feelings of ...


Possible 'steps' to revealing super-agers

On the quest for the proverbial fountain of youth, scientists have long looked for evidence of super-agers—people whose brain ages slower than their body. Researchers at the Del Monte Institute for Neuroscience at the University ...


Study examines how our native language shapes our brain wiring

Scientists at the Max Planck Institute for Human Cognitive and Brain Sciences in Leipzig have found evidence that the language we speak shapes the connectivity in our brains that may underlie the way we think. With the help ...

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