O body, where art thou?

The Person Inside

By linking the neuroscience of autism with observations of my functioning, I am better able to understand my everyday challenges.
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If UC Berkeley students could control their dreams

Recently, a group of neuroscientists from Stanford and UC Berkeley discovered a way to switch dreams on and off simply by inserting a device that activates and inactivates nerves in the brain. This revelation has helped scientists better understand the neural activity that occurs in the state of being awake
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The nootropic state and study habits

There is nothing more terrifying than the thought of becoming an Alzheimer’s disease patient — to think that the mind could be permanently lost in a sea of empty memory, with only a few brief moments of painful lucidity. Scary to say the least. I write this now not to
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