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Human cerebellum has almost 80% of the cerebral cortex’s surface area

Human cerebellum has almost 80% of the cerebral cortex’s surface area

UCR psychologist to measure how motor development changes infants' daily experiences

UCR psychologist to measure how motor development changes infants' daily experiences

Paying greater attention to internal bodily sensations is good for humans

Paying greater attention to internal bodily sensations is good for humans

Dream "hacking" with a novel device

Dream "hacking" with a novel device

Study shows mental health challenges of U.S. healthcare workers during COVID-19

Study shows mental health challenges of U.S. healthcare workers during COVID-19

New research center at University of Warwick to explore the building blocks of childhood

New research center at University of Warwick to explore the building blocks of childhood

Study analyzes quality of media reports on Covid-19 pandemic

Study analyzes quality of media reports on Covid-19 pandemic

Men and women react differently to infidelity

Men and women react differently to infidelity

Study shows chemical exposure may disrupt sleep in menopausal women

Study shows chemical exposure may disrupt sleep in menopausal women

Text-messaging can be a feasible tool to augment care for people with mental illness

Text-messaging can be a feasible tool to augment care for people with mental illness

Perinatal depression not only affects the mother but has a lasting impact on offspring

Perinatal depression not only affects the mother but has a lasting impact on offspring

Lithium in drinking water may have a protective effect against suicide

Lithium in drinking water may have a protective effect against suicide

Study investigates the causes and effects of excessive exercise in people with eating disorders

Study investigates the causes and effects of excessive exercise in people with eating disorders

New app could help scientists to investigate the use of wearable devices for COVID-19 detection

New app could help scientists to investigate the use of wearable devices for COVID-19 detection

The brain builds maps of abstract relationships in the same way as physical spaces

The brain builds maps of abstract relationships in the same way as physical spaces

People who have 'loved and lost' are just as happy towards the end of life

People who have 'loved and lost' are just as happy towards the end of life

New approach compares changes in neural connectivity using concurrent EEG and fMRI imaging

New approach compares changes in neural connectivity using concurrent EEG and fMRI imaging

Trained service dogs are most helpful to veterans with PTSD

Trained service dogs are most helpful to veterans with PTSD

Sweetened beverages can promote harmful alcohol consumption

Sweetened beverages can promote harmful alcohol consumption

COVID-19: Older adults fared better emotionally than younger and middle-aged people

COVID-19: Older adults fared better emotionally than younger and middle-aged people