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Behavioral Neuroscience – Multimedia

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Ketamine, MDMA, DMT and Psilocybin: A Closer Look at Four Psychedelics

Treatments using psychedelics are making waves in psychiatric medicine. In this article we explore the background, mechanisms of action and therapeutic applications of four leading psychedelic drugs.
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Gut Feeling: How the Gut–Brain Axis Affects Our Mood

Download this listicle to learn more about correlations between the gut–brain axis and personality, how life events impact the gut microbiota and stress response, pain from the gut and in the gut, the microbiota and the immune system.
Podcast

Opinionated Science Episode 31: Night Owls, Inflatable Implants and Twins' Trauma

How does your circadian clock affect your personality? Why are inflatable implants being considered for back pain? How are migraine and PTSD in identical twins linked? All these questions, and more will be answered on this week's Opinionated Science!
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Opinionated Science Episode 30: Psychedelics: A Trip Through Psilocybin and MDMA Research

On this week’s Opinionated Science, the team takes a look at the growing potential of psychedelic medicine. In this episode, we take a deep dive into four leading psychedelic compounds: psilocybin, MDMA, ketamine and DMT.

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What Is Bipolar Disorder?

Explore the medical condition known as bipolar disorder, and learn about its symptoms, causes, and treatments.
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New Theory Suggests the Brain Is a Giant Supercomputer

Dr Ben Goult, a researcher from the University of Kent's School of Biosciences, has proposed a new theory for understanding brain and memory function. It suggests that the brain is a giant supercomputer, running a form of binary code. Neuroscience News and Research spoke to Ben to find out more.

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Applications of Single-Cell Sequencing

Over recent years, single-cell sequencing has become a method ubiquitously used across several different areas of biological research. Why have so many researchers so rapidly adopted this relatively novel set of techniques and how can they be applied?
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Innovative Solutions for Behavioral Neuroscience Research

Noldus develops innovative solutions for behavioural research, varying from industry standard software packages and lab equipment to fully integrated labs including installation, training and support.
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How Do Antidepressants Work?

Dig into the discovery of antidepressant drugs, how they work, and what we still don’t know about depression.
Podcast

Opinionated Science Episode 23: Mind Palaces, Artificial Sight and Invading Squirrels

In this episode, the team round up some of the best and weirdest science from the last month. We investigate some innovative methods being used to control invasive squirrels, a new technology that could partially restore sight and an innovative memory technique beloved by ancient greeks, memory maestros and TV detectives.
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