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Neuroscience says 50-year-olds can have the brains of 25-year-olds if they do this

Neuroscience says you lose 5% of IQ points every time you don't get enough sleep.

The importance of diversity in cognitive neuroscience "findings from decades of cognitive neuroscience research are likely not generalizable to a population that is much more diverse than the samples tested"

Sandy and Joan Weill announced a new $106 million charitable gift to start a research hub for neuroscience

Former Citigroup CEO Sandy Weill is excited about the future of neuroscience. Here's why.

Why Sandy Weill — with a $106M gift for #brainteaser  research — thinks the 2020s will be 'the decade of breakthroughs in neuroscience' #Alzheimers  #Depression  #Concussion  #TBI  @ScienceUnderSec  @UCSF  @UW  @UCBerkeley 

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Why Sandy Weill — with a $106M gift for #brainteaser  research — thinks the 2020s will be 'the decade of breakthroughs in neuroscience' #Alzheimers  #Depression  #Concussion  #TBI 

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Why Sandy Weill — with a $106M gift for #brainteaser  research — thinks the 2020s will be 'the decade of breakthroughs in neuroscience' #Alzheimers  #Depression  #Concussion  #TBI 

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Five years after arriving in the U.S., my Dad was an officer in the U.S. Army, returning to Europe with the 88th Infantry Division, commanding an artillery battery. Five years after that he had a PhD in psychology and became a pioneer in what today we would call neuroscience.

🧠 Have you ever wondered how dancers learn complex choreography? Watch our new mini-documentary exploring the neuroscience and psychology behind performance:

To study the neuroscience of play, a group of scientists taught rats to play hide-and-seek with them. (They rewarded the rodents with tickles.)

A reminder that neuroscience, psychology, etc. are NOT reliable, not citable, not useable for anything other than tenure & academic rent seeking.

Customs lady: what do you do? Me: science journalist Customs: what do you report on? Me: neuroscience, pharmacology, climate change. Customs: oh wow. Um, is there any hope? Me: ...no. Customs: seriously? Me: if we don’t seriously turn things around in the next 9 years, no. 1/3

That early neuroscience breakthrough reminded us that a key job of a school is to give students new things to love. It reminded us that what teachers really teach is themselves — their contagious passion for their subjects and students

Neuroscience confirms that kids need strong, positive, supportive relationships to thrive in their education. #EWopinion 

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