Advocacy and Policy

Getting Even Is Counterproductive

Vindictiveness doesn’t pay. At least that is what researchers from two German universities have discovered. According to the study, a person inclined to deal with inequity on a tit-for-tat...
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Brain and Behavior

New Brain Scan for Parkinson’s

While discovery of a biomarker for Parkinson’s disease that would let physicians screen for or track its progression remains an elusive goal, scientists have discovered a noninvasive brain scanning...
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Anxiety

A Drug To Block Fears?

A receptor for glutamate, the most prominent neurotransmitter in the brain, plays a key role in the process of “#8221; Writing in the current issue of the Journal of...
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ADHD

ADHD Associated with Poor Memory

Children with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) show more variable or inconsistent responses during short-term memory tasks when compared with typically developing peers. “We think poor working memory is...
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