- Ever wondered how brain cells manage to form synapses only with other cells, and not with themselves? Neuroskeptic describes a fascinating study demonstrating how neurons avoid getting tangled up in themselves.
- Benefits of attending weight-loss camp go beyond losing those pounds. Travis Saunders explains how the psychosocial benefits of weight loss camp are probably more important than losing weight.
- Resting state brain networks are stable. BPS Research Digest shows how one of the most common critiques of fMRI research doesn’t hold water.
- Autism rates in the USA. Are they still rising? Nestor Lopez-Duran offers a nuanced view of the most recent research.
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