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Behavioral Neuroscience – Multimedia

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Why Are Women Underdiagnosed With Autism?

A study by Edge Hill University researchers reveals that a lack of understanding and gender bias hinders the identification of autistic females.
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AI and the Lab of the Future

In this infographic, we explore some of the potential AI holds for the future of laboratory research.
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48-Hour Time-Lapse Video Showing Developing Neurons Wins Nikon’s Small World Competition

Dr. Alexandre Dumoulin joined Technology Networks' junior science editor Rhianna-Lily Smith for an exclusive interview to reveal more about their video.
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We Are Attracted to People Who Look Like Us, Suggests Speed-Dating Study

University of Queensland researchers analyzed speed-daters to understand how we evaluate facial attractiveness. The study – published in Evolution and Human Behavior – found that individuals rated faces similar to their own as more attractive.
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When Your Eyes Can’t See, but Your Brain Is Still Watching

For some people without vision, information extraction from sound can provide the brain with information in much the same way as light and vision.
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The Return of Thalidomide

Research is finding that thalidomide is still worth using, despite the risks. So what makes this drug that causes life-altering fetal abnormalities such a good thing?
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Is MDMA the Solution to PTSD?

What if the treatment for one of the most daunting psychological conditions were a party drug? New research suggests that might be coming.
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Why the Dyslexic Brain Is Misunderstood

For decades, research was largely focused on how brain organization in dyslexia often results in delays and difficulty in areas like reading, spelling and grammar. And today, there continues to be stigma and misconceptions around a dyslexia diagnosis.
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Your Gut Microbiome: The Most Important Organ You’ve Never Heard of

Dr. Erika Ebbel Angle discusses why the gut microbiome is the most important organ you’ve probably never heard of.
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Where Does a Food’s Flavor Come From?

This week's Teach Me in 10 features Dr. Abbey Thiel, known as "Abbey the Food Scientist". In less than 10 minutes, Dr. Thiel explains to us where a food's flavor comes from.
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