Includes a free chapter download on "Neuroethics" from Elsevier's Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology.

Why Advances in Treating Those with Brain Injuries Require Advances in Respecting Their Rights

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Learning how not to write an article is as important as learning how to write it!

In this webinar Bert Blocken highlights 10 tips of what to avoid when writing your article. What to avoid includes taking the lazy route of plagiarism, overestimating your contribution and ignoring comments from editors and reviewers.

Many of these “tips to avoid” may appear obvious but are pitfalls that even...
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10 TIPS FOR WRITING A TRULY TERRIBLE JOURNAL ARTICLE

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In celebration of this honor, we are pleased to offer you a free chapter from the book, An Introduction to Brain Networks.

Fundamentals of Brain Network Analysis Wins PROSE Award

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Why are so many educators and researchers disillusioned about the impact of educational technology and virtual learning environments?

Why hasn't Online Learning Transformed Higher Education?

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The pain we experience as humans has physical and emotional components. Could we develop a machine that feels pain a similar way – and would we want to?

Pain in the Machine: a Cambridge Shorts Film

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In this fourth entry on the "Top Five Questions Left-Handers Ask", Laterality expert Clare Porac answers whether or not switching writing hands messes up your brain.

Will Switching Writing Hands Mess Up My Brain

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Over the past decades, our understanding of drug addiction has evolved dramatically as a direct result of advances in behavioural and clinical neuroscience. The breadth and depth of current knowledge in the field of addiction is well reflected in this new special issue, spanning a wide range of topics that includes research in both innovative animal models and humans.

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Addiction Special Issue

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Love is a complex function, which includes appraisal, goal-directed motivation, reward, self-representation and body image – none of which can be found in the heart. [ Bit.ly Link ] @gpaxinos

Darling, I Love You ... From the Bottom of My Brain - SciTech Connect

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Did you know that using turnaway data to drive your acquisition strategy can amplify content usage? Based on a 4-year analysis of ScienceDirect data, on average we see usage triple in the year following a turnaway acquisition. Learn about this and other important insights. Download the Infographic here - [ Bit.ly Link ]

Exploring the Turnaway Phenomenon

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We explore the close relationship between stress, fear and anxiety disorders via hormonal imbalances and activation in the brain and body in this excerpt.

The Relationship between Stress and Anxiety Disorders

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In this TEDx Brixton event, Roi Cohen Kadosh explains how using non-invasive electrical stimulation to the brain can boost mental calculations.

Information Before Regulation to Make Amateur Brain Stimulation Safer

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Can #MedicalMarijuana Treat MS Symptoms? It’s Hard for Researchers to Find Out [ Bit.ly Link ] #multiplesclerosis

Can Marijuana Treat MS Symptoms? It's Hard for Researchers to Find Out

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Sleep and circadian rhythms influence a wide variety of physiologic processes in the brain and periphery, many of which are critical to brain health. However, the cellular and molecular mechanisms linking sleep, circadian function, and neurodegeneration are just beginning to be uncovered.

The contributions in this new special issue from Neurobiology of Sleep and Circadian Rhythms keenly...
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Sleep, Circadian Disruption, and Neurodegenerative Disease SI

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We trace the history of electroconvulsive or "electroshock" therapy, dispelling pop-culture stigmas, and address the benefits for treating mental illness.

Electroconvulsive Therapy: A History of Controversy, but Also of Help

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In celebration of this honor, we are pleased to offer you a free chapter from the book, An Introduction to Brain Networks.

Fundamentals of Brain Network Analysis Wins PROSE Award

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New from Neuropharmacology; Pharmacological properties of SAK3, a novel T-type voltage-gated Ca2+ channel enhancer. [ Bit.ly Link ]

Pharmacological properties of SAK3, a novel T-type voltage-gated Ca2+ channel enhancer

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As Aristotle once asked: "Why does music, being just sounds, remind us of the states of our soul?" Author Leonid Perlovsky sets out to answer this question.

Music: Passions and Cognitive Functions

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Do students learn as much when they read digitally as they do in print?

Do Students Lose Depth in Digital Reading?

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Why do humans need music in their lives? Recent research suggests music is an evolutionary adaptation - one that helps us navigate a world rife with contradictions.

How Music Helps Resolve Our Deepest Inner Conflicts

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