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Into the Mind of a Psychopath

With the advent of neuroscience, we know the brains of psychopaths are atypical, leading some experts to call psychopathy a neurodevelopmental disorder, akin to autism, and one that’s diagnosable ... ... read more

CNN 10: Healing the future

Even those that don’t come to fruition as imagined will have forged a path for another that will one day save a life. May we present The CNN 10: Healing the Future ... Using an experimental treatment, ... read more

What autism can teach us about brain cancer

The 'cargo carriers,' or endosomes, of certain brain cancer ... work in human tumor cells and mice will be published on Feb. 9 in the journal Nature Communications. "My laboratory's research on cargo ... read more

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What makes us human?

It's one of those big questions perennially posed ... and the bestialisation of man. Professor Thomas Suddendorf talking at TEDxUQ about the evolution of human minds and some of the science he writes ... read more


What Are We Like? 10 Psychology Findings That Reveal The Worst Of Human Nature

Part of the explanation may be that we have an unfortunate tendency to see certain groups – especially outsiders and vulnerable people perceived as low status – as being less than fully human. One str... read more

10 Things Men Do That Turn Their Partner On For A Lifetime

While it is true that the adaptive nature of the human brain ... When it comes to sex, it taught men to judge women by the same cultural standards used for men: they are either sex-focused or defectiv... read more

Take it from me: neuroscience is advancing, but we’re a long way off head transplants

In the 1983 film The Man with Two Brains ... areas of the brain may be one of the most effective ways to discriminate between conscious and unconscious individuals. Currently we are a long way from ex... read more

Oliver Sacks on Vision, His Next Book, and Surviving Cancer

One man, for example, who had lost his sight when ... Sacks: Basically, they taught me to look at disease, disorder, and suffering in broader human terms, and not just in narrow clinical or physiologi... read more

Infections in kids’ brains can provoke devastating psychiatric disorders through PANS

At 7 years old, Paul Michael Nelson was the kind of quiet, brilliant kid you were likely to find in Silicon Valley — captivated by Legos, self-taught ... autism and, ultimately, straight-up psychosis. ... read more

Kratom and the FDA

As is often the case, analysis of these effects is complicated by the way the amounts of these alkaloids vary between samples – age of the plant, growing conditions and season, treatment ... experimen... read more

Some monkey business in autism research, 2009 edition

There's one more thing ... of Health and Human Services, including the Health Resources and Services Administration and Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, announced that 1 in every 91 childr... read more

Three gene networks discovered in autism, may present treatment targets

Furthermore, one of the autism ... American Journal of Human Genetics. That study, led by scientists from Paris and Toronto, and using Autism Genome Project data, found hundreds of rare ASD-related ge... read more



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