Neuroscience

The scientific study of the nervous system is entering a new golden age. Researchers and clinicians continue to advance the treatment of conditions such as Alzheimer’s syndrome, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, and traumatic brain injury. Public initiatives like the federal Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) program in the United States, announced in April 2013, ensure that funding and resources will continue to be applied to this rapidly growing field. Elsevier’s journals, books, eBooks, online references, and tools are respected around the world for everything from physiology and pathology to behavioral genetics and nerve repair. Our publications are a gateway to the latest advancements in neuroscience research and leading-edge data for professionals, students, and academics alike.

Neuroscience

Melding Mind and Machine: How Close Are We?

Just as ancient Greeks fantasized about soaring flight, today’s imaginations dream of melding minds and machines as a... Read more

Neuroscience

The Neural Code of Intelligence

The only numerical measures of intelligence are test scores. They are theoretically based on psychometric g, which is an empirical... Read more

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Revisiting the Dress: Illumination Assumptions Account for Individual Differences

It’s been a little over two years since “The Dress,” a photo that become a viral phenomenon when... Read more

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We Taught Bees to Play Football So We Could Learn About Their Brains

Most people don’t often think about bees’ brainpower. Bees are generally regarded as tiny unthinking machines, flying from... Read more

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Cuban Blindness: Diary of a Mysterious Neuropathy Epidemic

On May 4, 1993, Cuba asked the international health community and the World Health Organization (WHO) to find... Read more

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Remarkable, But Not Special: What Human Brains Are Made of

Humans are formidable creatures, capable of transforming their food to refined “molecular” gastronomy, building skyscrapers, modifying their own... Read more

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Sexual Differentiation of the Brain: A Fresh Look

It is now over 55 years since publication of the seminal Phoenix, Goy, Gerall, and Young manuscript (Phoenix... Read more

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Neuroprotection in Alzheimer’s Disease

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is the most common form of dementia, accounting for 60 to 80 percent of dementia... Read more

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