From Chihuahuas to Great Danes: Are Dog Brains the Same?

From Chihuahuas to Great Danes: Are Dog Brains the Same?

Person to person, the human brain varies a little in size and shape--but not dramatically so. After all, adult human...
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Barbara Strauch Speaks on the Middle Aged Brain

Barbara Strauch, author of The Secret Life of the Grown Up Brain, spoke this week at Stanford.  Strauch is the...
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Barbara Strauch Speaks on the Middle Aged Brain
Stephen Wiltshire’s Amazing Brain

Stephen Wiltshire’s Amazing Brain

I happened across this video of Stephen Wiltshire, an autistic man whose ability to remember incredible detail and draw it...
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Drivesharp: Proven To Help Keep You Safe On The Road

Our eyes take in a lot of information from the world, but limitations in brain processing means that we can...
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Drivesharp: Proven To Help Keep You Safe On The Road
Music and the Brain: Further Evidence on The Power of Sound

Music and the Brain: Further Evidence on The Power of Sound

Studying and actively listening to music develops the brain in ways that help beyond just enjoying music.
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Auto Insurers, Brain Performance, and Driving Safely

Improving the speed and accuracy of processing what you see is gaining traction thanks to insurance carriers and increasing public...
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Auto Insurers, Brain Performance, and Driving Safely
Traumatic Brain Injury & the Military

Traumatic Brain Injury & the Military

Ed. note: Today we are pleased to present a guest post from Chelsea Travers, a communications representative from CareMeridian who...
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Four Steps to Enhance Your Driving Wellness

Ed. note: Today we are pleased to present a guest post from Beth Tracton-Bishop, Ph.D, a gerontologist with The Hartford Advance...
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Four Steps to Enhance Your Driving Wellness
Researcher Shows BrainHQ Improves Working Memory

Researcher Shows BrainHQ Improves Working Memory

Published research shows improvement in visual working memory by training with InSight's SweepSeeker exercise.
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The Brain and Emotional Control

You can decide how to react to situations ... the brain is much more connected to your emotional responses than...
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The Brain and Emotional Control
Evidence Matters

Evidence Matters

I had two recent experiences that had me wondering about the importance of evidence in marketing of products. The first...
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Tinnitus: A Special Example of a Failure Mode for your Plastic Brain

Ed. Note: this article originally appeared on Dr. Merzenich’s blog On The Brain on June 13, 2009. Millions of individuals (2% of...
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Tinnitus: A Special Example of a Failure Mode for your Plastic Brain
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