Quality shines when scientists use publishing tactic known as registered reports, study finds

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Registered reports, which peer review methods and analyses before results are known, measure up on quality and creativity. In 2013, the journals Cortex, Social Psychology, and Perspectives on Psychological Science launched a groundbreaking publishing format—called a registered report —that they hoped would solve several problems worsened by conventional publishing […]

Koyejo’s NSF CAREER Award to Shape Probabilistic Models for Neuroscience

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Illinois CS professor Sanmi Koyejo is optimistic about the advancements that machine learning models can provide medical practitioners. But first, new tools are needed to address existing roadblocks and weaknesses. Illinois CS professor Sanmi Koyejo’s NSF CAREER Award will help him delve into complicated spatiotemporal analysis to advance medical […]

2021 Trending Report on Global Neuroscience Market to Witness a Significant CAGR |Siemens Healthineers, Laserglow Technologies, Mightex Systems, Neuralink, Kernel

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The global Neuroscience Market Research report is divided into four sections: geography, manufacturers or producers, type, and application. Each category includes information about the creations that will take place between 2020 and 2028. The research includes global and provincial market research. The majority of Neuroscience market analysis aspects, such […]

How neurons get past ‘no’

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LA JOLLA–(June 24, 2021) When looking at a complex landscape, the eye needs to focus in on important details without losing the big picture–a charging lion in a jungle, for example. Now, a new study by Salk scientists shows how inhibitory neurons play a critical role in this process. […]

Chronic Psychosocial Stress Could Lead to Alzheimer’s Disease

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Chronic stress, which involves a pathway called the hypothalamic-pituitary-adrenal (HPA) axis , may contribute to the development of Alzheimer’s disease, according to a new review paper. Armstrong et al. summarize the literature describing environmental and genetic factors that can impact an individual’s HPA axis reactivity and function and ultimately […]

‘Impossible to ignore’: How a former neuroscientist and dancer is turning research into art

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Across from a dog park in the heart of Washington, D.C., stands a striking, multicolored mural , in which two women reach for each other across a space teeming with variegated particles. The 23-meter-wide mural, inspired by the work of Duke University particle physicist Ayana Arce , who is […]

Primary Progressive Aphasia Market 2021 Latest Advancements and Business Outlook – Axon Neuroscience.

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Primary Progressive Aphasia Market research report is the new statistical data source added by Oneup Business Insights. In 2019, the global Primary Progressive Aphasia Market size was xx million US$ and it is expected to reach xx million US$ by the end of 2025, with a CAGR of xx% […]

Neurotherapy And Neurofeedback

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Neurotherapy, also known as neurofeedback, is a form of therapy that assesses a person’s brainwave activity. It helps individuals learn how to change their brain’s activity and improve their self-regulation. The treatment, also known as EEG (electroencephalogram) biofeedback, uses a computer-based system to map a person’s brain waves. The […]

The latest in brain tumor surgery

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TrueBeam, CyberKnife and Gamma Knife may sound like superheroes, but actually they are tools for treating brain tumors. These three machines are used for stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS), which uses high doses of precisely focused radiation beams to destroy cancer cells. What is stereotactic radiosurgery (SRS)? Older versions of radiation […]

Penn psychology prof.’s study on imagined events published in the Journal of Neuroscience

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Dr. Sangil Lee, Dr. Trishala Parthasarathi, and Baird Term Professor of Psychology Joseph Kable used MRI scans to look at different parts of the brain and measure brain activity while the subjects imagined events. Credit: Keyu Lu Baird Term Professor of Psychology Joseph Kable’s research on imagined events was […]