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Neuro-enhancement in the military: far-fetched or an inevitable future? This Research Topic published in the #openaccess journal Frontiers in Human Neuroscience reviews the various ways brain stimulation can enhance thought and behaviour – with special consideration of applications in the security services and military. Frontiersin.org is part of the Nature Publishing Group Family
Human fingerprint. The smaller circles within the epidermal ridges are sweat gland ducts.
Rethinking autism: implications of sensory and movement differences for understanding and support
Bodily self-consciousness includes the conscious experience of identifying with the body, of where 'I' am in space, and of the perspective from where 'I' perceive the world. In this intriguing review for Nature Reviews Neuroscience, Olaf Blanke discusses the cortical mechanisms that underlie these experiences, highlighting data from neuroimaging, neurology and virtual reality (Credit: Olaf Blanke) #NPG
New Insight into How the Brain ‘Learns’ Cocaine Addiction - Researchers used different types of experiments in order to piece together how dopamine released in response to cocaine works with mGluR5 and immediate early genes to switch cells into synapse-strengthening mode. This image shows the exaggerated dopamine release in response to cocaine. More at NeuroscienceNews.com.
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