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If you were blind since birth and learned how to identify objects by your sense of touch, could you distinguish those objects by sight alone if your vision was suddenly restored?
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And other neuroscience news for the week of March 16, 2020.
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Whether we observe or create, the arts change our brains. The emerging field of neuroaethetics may help us understand how and why.
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Answer kids' questions about their dreams with a scientific perspective.
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Answer kids' tough neuroscience questions with this resource vetted by children.
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And other neuroscience news for the week of March 9, 2020.
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Optic vesicles grow into an empty pathway where the brain lays wiring that becomes the optic nerve.
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Getting ready for Brain Awareness Week? Check out some of our fun activities.
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And other neuroscience news for the week of March 2, 2020.
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A blend of influences can set the stage for scientific skepticism, but educators can direct a play for creating confidence in the field.
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With just a flash of light, optogenetics helps scientists turn brain cells on and off. Edward Boyden, one of The Brain Prize 2013 winners, explains.
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Cognitive scientist, Marlene Behrmann, investigates what can be learned about visual perception through injury and disorders.
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