For the science and health communities
Findings could help us understand the neural basis of music — and how notes are translated into emotion
Findings may lead to gender-specific approaches for the screening of neurodevelopmental disorders
Author Dr. J. Michael Bailey speaks about his controversial research on sexual arousal, sexual orientation, and how genetics may play a role
Human and dog brains both have dedicated 'voice areas,' finds new study in Current Biology
Personal traits and marriage prospects; Can Facebook help loneliness? Do emoticons work? Induced hypothermia helps heart attack survivors
New study shows why old memories are hard to extinguish and that HDACis can facilitate psychotherapy to treat anxiety disorders
Findings could ultimately lead to therapies to help people quit smoking, say researchers in Current Biology
Research for science and health journalists from Elsevier's journals
In the French Edition of the Huffington Post, an Elsevier managing director writes about how science can help find treatments and cures
Presentations explored law and emotion, psychopathy and a comparison of prison systems in different countries
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