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Dec 3 2015 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
One of the least understood lasting effects of cancer treatment is a cognitive deficit that some survivors describe as “chemobrain.”
Nov 30 2015 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
In her study, Tsai and her colleagues examined whether cultural values could drive neural responses and preferences for different positive facial expressions – like excited versus calm faces…
Nov 26 2015 | Forbes
At least one study found that 99% of the deals out there really aren’t worth it and the frenzy may be waning due to changes in consumer behavior.
Nov 20 2015 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
We shouldn’t be so hard on ourselves when we struggle to make positive health changes. In short, it’s not us – it’s a design flaw.
Nov 8 2015 | The New York Times
The richest awards in science were handed out Sunday night when the Breakthrough Prize organization presented a total of $21.9 million to physicists, mathematicians, life scientists and one talented high school student.
Nov 6 2015 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
Research in neuroscience, psychology, business and economics tells us that a plethora of influences can alter the decisions we make. The author explored some of these factors in a Worldview Stanford course and wrote about them in a Stanford story package, Decisions, Decisions. This post is the last...
Nov 5 2015 | AP The Big Story
Dr. Sergiu Pasca, a neuroscientist, used to envy cancer specialists. They could get their hands on tumors for research, while Pasca could not directly study key portions of a living brain.
Nov 2 2015 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
Research in neuroscience, psychology, business and economics tells us that a plethora of influences can alter the decisions we make. The author explored some of these factors in a Worldview Stanford course and wrote about them in a Stanford story package, Decisions, Decisions. This post is part of...

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