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His new book explores the benefits of self-deception.
A new brain-computer interface translated a paralyzed man’s “mental handwriting” into text on a computer screen.
A study has identified four distinct types of Alzheimer’s disease, based on how the tau protein spreads in patients’ brains.
Boston startup Neurable is now accepting preorders for Enten, brain-sensing headphones that use EEG data to help users’ maximize their focus.
A Duke University smartphone app that can detect an early sign of autism in toddlers could one day make diagnosing autism in young children far easier.
A novel method for counting neurons that involves mashing insects’ brains into a “soup” has led to several new discoveries about bugs.
Neurolutions’ IpsiHand — a brain-computer interface that uses an exoskeleton to assist with stroke rehab — has been authorized by the FDA.
A back-poking robot can trigger presence hallucinations in people with Parkinson’s disease, giving researchers a way to finally study the phenomenon.
An experimental game that triggers auditory hallucinations in both mice and humans could lead to new treatments for schizophrenia.