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  • Perception of musical pitch varies across cultures
    on September 19, 2019 at 6:23 pm

    Unlike US residents, people in a remote area of the Bolivian rain forest usually do not perceive the similarities between two versions of the same note played at different registers, an octave apart. This discovery may help scientists tease out elements of perception that cannot be seen when examining only a single, homogenous group. […]

  • The brain may actively forget during dream sleep
    on September 19, 2019 at 6:22 pm

    In a study of mice, researchers show that REM sleep may be a time when the brain actively forgets. Their results suggest that forgetting during sleep may be controlled by neurons found deep inside the brain that were previously known for making an appetite stimulating hormone. […]

  • Researchers relate neuropsychological tests with real-life activity in multiple sclerosis
    on September 19, 2019 at 6:22 pm

    To best serve the clinical needs of individuals with MS, neuropsychological testing needs to be viewed in larger context comprising non-cognitive variables, such as motor ability and demographic values, fatigue and depression, and disease activity and level of disability, as well as person-specific factors such as personality and coping styles. […]