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|26 January 2019|
|Adults Take Girls’ Pain Less Seriously|
Researchers investigate the role gender stereotypes play when it comes to assessing pain in children. A new study reports adults tend to believe boys to be in more pain than girls.
|When It Comes to Brain Connectivity, Cell Location Matters Most|
| 2019-01-25 19:03:22-05|
A new study reports brain connectivity appears to be dictated by the spatial architecture of neurons, rather than the cell type-specific cues.
25 January 2019 – Neuroscience news headlines
|Child’s Age at Parental Divorce Can Affect Antidepressant Use as Adults|
| 2019-01-23 16:01:26-05|
A new study reports children whose parents divorced when they were teens are less likely to develop depression or use antidepressants as children whose parents spilt up before they were four years old.
|Dopamine Modulates Reward Experiences Elicited by Music|
| 2019-01-24 14:43:08-05|
Researchers report a causal link between dopamine, musical pleasure and motivation. Phamacologically manipulating dopamine levels, researchers found increasing dopamine increased the hedonic experience and motivational response to listening to a piece of music.
|Why We Crave Fatty Foods When Dieting|
Researchers have identified brain circuits that appear to put the breaks on binge eating and the cravings for fatty foods.
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