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Brain Structure Smaller in Kids Depressed as Preschoolers

Brain Structure Smaller in Kids Depressed as Preschoolers
Child psychiatry researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis have found that a brain region involved in emotion is smaller in children who had clinical depression when they ...

Contact: Jim Dryden
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Washington University School of Medicine

Bats Give Off 'Jamming' Call to Prevent Others from Feeding (10 of 10)

Bats Give Off 'Jamming' Call to Prevent Others from Feeding (10 of 10)
A Mexican free-tailed bat makes a jamming call to disrupt the feeding buzz echolocation of a second bat, who is unsuccessfully attempting to capture prey. Sounds are slowed 20 times to make them ...

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Bats Give Off 'Jamming' Call to Prevent Others from Feeding (9 of 10)

Bats Give Off 'Jamming' Call to Prevent Others from Feeding (9 of 10)
The echolocation calls of this Mexican free-tailed bat speed up as it hones in on an insect prey, thus allowing it to update its 'sonar screen' rapidly in the last moments of an attack. Sounds were ...

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Overview of Brain 101 Study

Overview of Brain 101 Study
Researcher Ann Glang, University of Oregon, discusses the study she led on the effectiveness of the Brain 101 website on expanding knowledge about concussions among key audiences.

Contact: Jim Barlow
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University of Oregon

Prize-Winning Essay: How Neural Circuits Control Skilled Behaviors (4 of 4)

Prize-Winning Essay: How Neural Circuits Control Skilled Behaviors (4 of 4)
In this podcast, Natasha Pinol interviews Dr. Eiman Azim, a postdoctoral research fellow at Columbia University and winner of this year's Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology. This ...

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Theory or Not? Best Study Designs for Increasing Vegetable Intake in Children

Theory or Not? Best Study Designs for Increasing Vegetable Intake in Children
In a systematic, in-depth review focused on the use of behavior theory in interventions aimed to increase fruit and vegetable intake among children, researchers found theory-based interventions to be ...

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Elsevier Health Sciences

School Lunches Offer Better Average Nutrition Than Packed Lunches

School Lunches Offer Better Average Nutrition Than Packed Lunches
In the first study comparing packed lunches to National School Lunch Program lunches, researchers from Virginia Tech found that school lunches have greater nutritional quality. Findings suggest that ...

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Elsevier Health Sciences

Kevin Beaver: Parenting-Related Behaviors and IQ

Kevin Beaver: Parenting-Related Behaviors and IQ
A new study by Florida State University criminology professor Kevin Beaver found evidence to support the argument that IQ is genetic, not the result of socialization.

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Florida State University

How Scratching An Itch Can Make It Itch even More

How Scratching An Itch Can Make It Itch even More
Researchers at Washington University School Of Medicine In St. Louis have found that when you scratch an itch, you get a bit of relief because the scratching creates pain signals that travel to the ...

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Washington University School of Medicine

The Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology

The Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology
In this podcast, Natasha Pinol with Science/AAAS interviews Eiman Azim, the 2014 grand-prize winner of The Eppendorf & Science Prize for Neurobiology.

Contact: Natasha D. Pinol
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American Association for the Advancement of Science

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