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Probability calculations - even babies can master it

November 03, 2017
From early on in life, our brain represents statistics of the environment. Even babies are able to estimate how likely one event is compared to another. [more]
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Itsy Bitsy Spider: Fear of spiders and snakes is deeply embedded in us

October 19, 2017
Even babies feel stressed when seeing spiders and snakes. This fear is of evolutionary origin. [more]
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Improving social skills through mental training changes brain structure and reduces social stress

October 04, 2017
Meditation entails a variety of mental training techniques which, in principal, can be trained by anyone. [more]
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Look into my eyes, baby

August 08, 2017
Babies use especially the eyes of another to allow themselves to be guided in their surroundings. [more]
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Early Language Development in Fast Motion: How Sounds Become Words during Sleep

July 28, 2017
Babies succeed much earlier than previously assumed in assigning meanings to words and to not perceive them as random noise. [more]
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Recognising dyslexia in time: Foundations laid for future early test

July 19, 2017
With the help of brain activity and gene analyses, it could be pre- dicted in time whether a child could be affected by dyslexia. [more]
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First aid in the brain: When language suddenly fails

July 11, 2017
Why certain linguistic abilities can be regained after a stroke while others are lost forever. [more]
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Know thyself to understand others

May 29, 2017
Through targeted training, people can be guided to develop a better inner awareness about their own mental states, and to have a better understanding of the mental states of others. [more]
 
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