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Issue 14

Neural Oscillations

With the new millennium, interconnectivity has undoubtedly become an integral part of society; and with it, the need to learn... Read more →

Understanding Schizophrenia

Schizophrenia is a chronic neuropsychiatric disorder that can begin in late adolescence and early adulthood with an array of severe... Read more →

A New Approach to Huntington’s

Among inherited neurodegenerative disorders, Huntington’s Disease (HD) is the most common.[1] HD is a grim diagnosis, for the disease not... Read more →

Up and Running

Athletes often use the term “runner’s high” to describe their positive post-workout feelings. But what exactly are the neural mechanisms that cause runner’s high? Explore the neuroscience behind this exercise phenomenon.

Speak Your Mind

Inner speech is thought to be significant for memory and self-awareness, but what role does it play in schizophrenia and Autism Spectrum Disorders? Dive in to discover a possible link between inner speech and mental disorders.

Non-Invasive Deep Brain Stimulation

Deep Brain Stimulation is a hot topic in current neuroscience, but despite the benefits, the required neurosurgery can lead to many complications. Read about an emerging non-invasive technique and its potential applications.

In Your Dreams: Insights from Dream Research

Dreams have intrigued scientists for decades, but the question of why we dream remains unanswered. Learn about the connection between neural processes and our dreams, as well as two popular theories about the purpose of dreaming.