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Menstrual rhythm of brain
Organisms without brains can learn, too – so what does it mean to be a thinking creature?
Beacon in brain fog
Study finds how some ion channels form structures permitting drug delivery
‘BrainTrack’ and ‘Talk with Ted’ technology solutions win major awards
How ‘dad jokes’ prepare your kids for a lifetime of embarrassment, according to psychology
WholisticResearch Reveals the Best Nootropics of 2023
Why do magpies swoop?
Platelets can replicate benefits of exercise in brain
How hormones and the menstrual cycle can affect women with ADHD: 5 common questions
Wives on money when partner’s brain function declines
‘Is the doggy angry?’ Research hints children under 5 can easily confuse dog emotions
Researchers Identify the Cellular Mechanisms by Which Lactate Helps our Brains Develop
Short-term thinking, criminal action
Actinogen CMO presents academic poster to Alzheimer’s Association International Conference
Five steps to a world of intelligent life
All animal intelligence was shaped by just 5 leaps in brain evolution
University spinout signs agreement on Alzheimer’s disease biomarkers
Slow Walking Could Be Sign of Dementia in Older Dogs
Western Sydney University researchers announced as semi-finalists in globally prestigious Longitude Prize on Dementia
Demystifying entrepreneurial mindset
Scientists discover spiral-shaped signals that organise brain activity
‘Smart drugs’ make you worse at solving complex problems, new study finds
Medicinal cannabis is a ‘life-changing treatment’ for people with Tourette syndrome
When pigeons dream
Major new research claims smaller-brained _Homo naledi_ made rock art and buried the dead. But the evidence is lacking
Diet cycling impacts spatial memory: rat study
GlyNAC supplementation improves cognitive decline and brain health in aging
Passing the sniff test: Can we train our brain to boost smell and memory?
Cybersickness more likely to affect women, ongoing research to understand why
Concussion prevention front of mind for Griffith researchers
Good sleep is key to pre-teen mental health
Ear-resistible: why there are some songs we simply can’t get out of our head
Has GPT-4 really passed the startling threshold of human-level artificial intelligence? Well, it depends
How Dogs are Used Impacts How They Are Treated
Why is my loved one with dementia sometimes ‘there’ and sometimes not?
World first: risk of dementia linked to high cholesterol
Pandemic stress had a greater impact on those who were pregnant, study finds
Impact of dementia on rise among older Australians
Charting course in brainy frontier
New bird brain study shows evolving a big brain depends on having ‘good’ parents
Apathy May Predict Progression to Dementia
Online interaction is impacting the mood and cognitive function of young people
Why faces might not be as attention-grabbing as we think
Training your heart: World-first study on role of exercise for congenital heart disease
Social media and eating disorders: dangerous two-way street
Immune cells help protect brain health and cognition
Ping, your pizza is on its way. Ping, please rate driver. Yes, constant notifications really do tax your brain