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Impaired calcium mobilization in NK cells from CFS/ME patients is associated with transient receptor potential melastatin 3 ion channels.

Impaired calcium mobilization in NK cells from CFS/ME patients is associated with transient receptor potential melastatin 3 ion channels.

Digit Ratio & Sex Steroids

Digit Ratio & Sex Steroids

A functional architecture of the human brain: emerging insights from the science of emotion.

A functional architecture of the human brain: emerging insights from the science of emotion.

Senescence has been associated with a plethora of (age-related) pathologies, and, conversely, genetic clearance of senescent cells can delay features of aging.

Senescence has been associated with a plethora of (age-related) pathologies, and, conversely, genetic clearance of senescent cells can delay features of aging.

A Comparison of the Effects of Three GM Corn Varieties on Mammalian Health

A Comparison of the Effects of Three GM Corn Varieties on Mammalian Health

In contrast to other deficit-oriented theories of autism, the Intense World Theory points out that enhanced brain functioning may lie at the heart of autism. In this light, autistic individuals may in general – and not only in exceptional cases – exhibit enhanced perception, attention, and memory capabilities and it is in fact these capabilities, which may turn the world too intense and even aversive and lead to many of the autistic symptoms including withdrawal and social avoidance. 

In contrast to other deficit-oriented theories of autism, the Intense World Theory points out that enhanced brain functioning may lie at the heart of autism. In this light, autistic individuals may in general – and not only in exceptional cases – exhibit enhanced perception, attention, and memory capabilities and it is in fact these capabilities, which may turn the world too intense and even aversive and lead to many of the autistic symptoms including withdrawal and social avoidance.

Scientist have decoded brain processes associated with the subconscious evaluation of social groups. Humans assess each other within milliseconds, deciding whether someone is likeable or not. Researchers have discovered the subconscious processes in the brain and the order in which they occur that determine how humans process social information such as likability or antipathy.

Do I like you? Opinion set in milliseconds

Scientist have decoded brain processes associated with the subconscious evaluation of social groups. Humans assess each other within milliseconds, deciding whether someone is likeable or not. Researchers have discovered the subconscious processes in the brain and the order in which they occur that determine how humans process social information such as likability or antipathy.

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