The Human Brain on (in) Space

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Description: With no data (I bet) consider this question. Dos being in space for months at a time change your brain structure and/or functioning? Leave science fiction and fantasy out of this (so do not consider the exposure to gamma radiation that produced the Fantastic Four from Marvel comics or any of the physical challenges… Read more »

MRI’s and Replication in Psychological Research

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Description: What does the brain of someone diagnosed with Autism Spectrum Disorder look like? How about the brain of someone recently diagnosed with Alzheimer’s? How about the brain of a depressed person … a happy person … an introvert … a risk-taker ….? The list could go on and on. For a number of years… Read more »