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Fevereiro 2021

Deeper truth behind opera’s swan songs | Brief letters

Deeper truth behind opera’s swan songs | Brief letters 150 150 icnagency

By: Letters | Deeper truth behind opera’s swan songs | Brief letters | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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Basic cell health systems wear down in Huntington’s disease, analysis shows

Basic cell health systems wear down in Huntington’s disease, analysis shows 150 150 icnagency

By: David Orenstein | Picower Institute for Learning and Memory | Basic cell health systems wear down in Huntington’s disease, analysis shows | MIT News – Neuroscience
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‘The clouds cleared’: what terminal lucidity teaches us about life, death and dementia

‘The clouds cleared’: what terminal lucidity teaches us about life, death and dementia 150 150 icnagency

By: Alex Godfrey |

‘The clouds cleared’: what terminal lucidity teaches us about life, death and dementia

| Neuroscience | The Guardian
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People with extremist views less able to do complex mental tasks, research suggests

People with extremist views less able to do complex mental tasks, research suggests 150 150 icnagency

By: Natalie Grover | People with extremist views less able to do complex mental tasks, research suggests | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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Neuroscience shows how interconnected we are – even in a time of isolation | Lisa Feldman Barrett

Neuroscience shows how interconnected we are – even in a time of isolation | Lisa Feldman Barrett 150 150 icnagency

By: Lisa Feldman Barrett | Neuroscience shows how interconnected we are – even in a time of isolation | Lisa Feldman Barrett | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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Alwyn Lishman obituary

Alwyn Lishman obituary 150 150 icnagency

By: Georgina Ferry | Alwyn Lishman obituary | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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How the brain helps us remember what we’ve seen

How the brain helps us remember what we’ve seen 150 150 icnagency

By: David Orenstein | Picower Institute for Learning and Memory | How the brain helps us remember what we’ve seen | MIT News – Neuroscience
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A Glitch in the Matrix review – deep-dive into simulation theory

A Glitch in the Matrix review – deep-dive into simulation theory 150 150 icnagency

By: Leslie Felperin | A Glitch in the Matrix review – deep-dive into simulation theory | Neuroscience | The Guardian
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From the archive: what’s it like to live without smell? – podcast

From the archive: what’s it like to live without smell? – podcast 150 150 icnagency

By: Presented by Kevin Fong and Nathalie Nahai, produced by Eva Krysiak and Max Sanderson, sound design by David Smith with additional music by Ged Flood and Chris Wood |

From the archive: what’s it like to live without smell? – podcast

| Neuroscience | The Guardian
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