Brain Science Confirms You And Your Best Friend Really Do Think Alike
Not only are you genetically similar to your friends, you think a lot like them too.
New System Knows How Hard You’re Thinking Based on Thermal Imaging
No privacy implications here. Move along.
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LSD Makes It Harder to Recognize Fear in Others
The inability to recognize fear in others while on LSD may help treat depression and anxiety.
Don't Get Excited About the New Study Saying Video Games Don't Make You Violent
The new study comes from a journal with a history of embarrassing retractions.
Lying Appears to Make It Easier to Tell More Lies
Thanks to a new neuroscience study, the world suddenly makes a lot more sense.
Scientists Made a New Map of the Human Brain
This is your brain… on neuroimaging.
Why Two Decades of Brain Research Could Be Seriously Flawed
A new paper casts doubt on 40,000 studies.
How Scientists Will Turn Your Smartphone Into a Lie Detector
It works by tracking bloodflow in the face.
The Neuroscientist Studying How Our Brains Control Our Hands
And what it means for robots.
We Asked a Neuroscientist How Bitcoin’s Highs and Lows Affect the Brain
"It’s all in the brain."
Why Screams Are Terrifying
The science of fear.
The Race to Map the Brain So We Can Upload It Into a Computer
Neuroscientists talk about mind uploading a lot more than you'd expect.