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The Sight of Touch
A sighted person's brain is able to reorganize itself in response to sudden blindness.


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Grow Your Own Brain
Does running grow new brain cells and make you smarter? Research with mice yields some surprising results.


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True or False?
Memory researchers find that memories can be malleable.


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What's in a Dream?
Sleep scientists show the brain is more creative during REM sleep, and that missing out on REM sleep can be detrimental to learning.


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Monastery of the Mind
Scientists explore the meaning of consciousness at the Neurosciences Institute in California.


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The Power of Half
A woman born with only half a brain proves how resourceful the brain can be.


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