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Elsevier paralizó una ley clave para proteger su millonario monopolio en España

La revelación hace unos días en El Confidencial de los millones de euros que las universidades y centros de investigación españoles gastan cada año …

Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Brain Immune System is Key to Recovery from Motor Neuron Degeneration, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: Researchers report microglia is critical for neuronal survival in ALS.Source: University of Pennsylvania.The selective demise of motor …

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Every Experience the Brain Perceives is Unique

A new study reports neural activity in the prefrontal cortex reacts as though every experience is brand new, even if the event is similar to ones …

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Newborn Babies Who Suffered Stroke Regain Language Function in Opposite Side of Brain

<i>Summary: According to researchers, following a perinatal stroke that damages the language area in the left hemisphere, the brain remaps to use the</i> …

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Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Love and Fear Are Visible Across the Brain, Not Restricted to One Region, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: A new study reports basic emotions, such as happiness and anger, are not limited to specific regions, but have distinct connectivity …

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Neuroscience News wrote a new post, New Approaches in Neuroscience Show It's Not All In Your Head, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: Researchers report our inner thoughts and interpretations of our experiences have consequences for both physical and mental health.Source: …

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Crean un mapa de los vasos sanguíneos del cerebro

Aunque las enfermedades vinculadas a la circulación cerebral son algunas de las causas más comunes de muerte en Occidente, el conocimiento de los …

Lab Grown Human Cerebellar Cells Yield Clues to Autism

Researchers have derived purkinje cells from patients with TSC, a genetic syndrome that includes some ASD-like symptoms. The cells, researchers say, …

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Brain Circuits that Trigger Fear Relapse Identified

Researchers report connections between the hippocampus and a specific type of neuron in the prefrontal cortex are involved in fear relapse. The …

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Amygdala May Play Bigger Role in Facial Recognition

Researchers report the amygdala may play a bigger role in facial recognition than previously thought. According to a new study, the amygdala responds …

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Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Magnetic Brain Stimulation Alters Negative Emotional Perceptions, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: Using repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation, researchers report they are able to strengthen or weaken the processing of negative …

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Postnatal Depression Has Greater Impact on Child Development When it is Persistent and Severe

According to researchers, postnatal depression that last longer than 6 months can have severe implications for children as they grow. The study …

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Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Balance Exercises May Help People With Multiple Sclerosis, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: A new study in Neurology reports balance and eye movement exercises may help people with MS to improve their balance problems and …

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Adults with Autism Show a Diminished Brain Response to Hearing Their Own Name

Researchers report adults with ASD have diminished neural response to hearing their own names. The study reports those diagnosed with autism display …

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Neuroscience News wrote a new post, 'Anxiety Cells' Identified in the Hippocampus, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: Researchers reveal in mice, certain cells within the hippocampus fire when the animal is anxious and this triggers anxiety related behaviors …

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Tus amigos están en tu cerebro

No es la confianza, ni las experiencias compartidas. Lo que nos une a nuestros amigos es que percibimos el mundo de modo similar, al menos …

Los sentimientos determinan el lado por el que abrazamos a la gente

El abrazo es una de las formas más comunes que tenemos de expresar nuestras emociones hacia otras personas. Pero, ¿por qué lado solemos darlo? ¿Hay …

Epilepsy Linked to Brain Volume and Thickness Differences

<i>Summary: UCL researchers report epilepsy is associated with gray matter differences in thickness and volume in several brain regions.</i><p>Source:</b> …

How Very Low Birth Weight Affects Brain Development

<i>Summary: A new study sheds light on why children born with very low birth weight often suffer from cognitive problems.</i><p>Source: NTNU.<p><b>Every year, one in</b> …

People with Prosthetic Arms Less Affected by Common Illusion

<i>Summary: University of Exeter researchers report people with prosthetic arms are not able to experience the ‘size-weight’ illusion as strongly as</i> …

Los huesos generan campos eléctricos que ayudan a reparar las microfracturas

Los <b>huesos</b> sufren <b>fracturas microscópicas</b> constantemente por el estrés al que los sometemos. No producen ningún daño ni representan ningún problema …

How Babies’ Brains Process Touch Builds Foundations for Learning

University of Washington researchers report activity in the somatosensory cortex for both felt and observed touch demonstrates 7 month old babies can …

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Oxytocin Helps the Brain Modulate Social Signals

<i>Summary: A new study reports oxytocin plays a crucial role in processing numerous social signals.</i><p>Source: Harvard.<p><b>Between sights, sounds, smells and</b> …

Cómo se regeneran las neuronas tras una lesión cerebral en neonatos

El avance de la atención perinatal durante las últimas décadas ha mejorado enormemente la tasa de supervivencia de los recién nacidos. Sin embargo, …

High Salt Diet Produces Dementia: Mouse Study

<i>Summary: Researchers reveal high salt intake reduces resting cerebral blood flow and can contribute to dementia in mice.</i><p>Source: Weill Cornell …

Does an Exploding Brain Network Cause Chronic Pain?

<i>Summary: University of Michigan researchers report hyperreactive brain networks may play a role in hypersensitivity associated with …

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Acetaminophen Used During Pregnancy Associated with Elevated Rate of Language Delay in Girls

<i>Summary: Researchers have discovered an elevated rate of language delay in 30 month old girls born to mothers who took the pain killer acetaminophen</i> …

Uncovering the Power of Glial Cells

<i>Summary: A new study sheds light on the neurons tasks glial cells perform to insure brain activity is optimized.</i><p>Source: University of</b> …

Modifying Memories During Sleep Could Reduce Trauma

<i>Summary: A new study looks how it may be possible to help reduce trauma associated with bad memories while we sleep.</i><p>Source: Horizons.<p><b>Reducing the</b> …

Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Voices and Emotions: The Forehead is the Key, on the site Neuroscience News

Summary: A new study reveals the frontal regions of the brain play a vital role in assessing and interpreting emotions communicated orally.Source: …

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