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All News tagged "neuroscience"
Can’t Switch Your Focus? Your Brain Might Not Be Wired for It
Zak Brodnik Wants to Change How You Think About Addiction
Drexel Neuroscientists Go to Washington to Make Budget Requests
Treating Traumatic Brain Injury in Children
A new study from the College of Medicine shows that a common antibiotic exacerbated cognitive problems in pediatric animal models.
Investigating New Drug to Prevent Alzheimer's
Drexel researchers are determining if an investigational treatment can clear the built-up plaque of the protein amyloid before the disease progresses and brain cells are impaired.
The thickness of the brain’s cerebral cortex could be a key to unlocking answers about intellectual development in youth with Down Syndrome, according to a new study led by a Drexel psychologist.
A new Drexel study suggests that social behavior evolved very differently in the brains of social insects than in vertebrate animals such as mammals, birds and fish.