Facial patterns

Structural differences in the brain may explain why siblings differ in the risk of developing a conduct disorder

Structural differences in the area of ​​the brain responsible for decision-making could explain why two siblings living in the same family might differ in their risk of developing the conduct disorder. Psychologists and neuroscientists have long wondered why siblings with seemingly the same upbringing and genetic makeup might differ so …

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Learning-induced changes in the brain are cell type specific

Rockville, Maryland (September 30, 2021)– The ability to associate sensory signals in the environment with appropriate actions is a fundamental task of all animals and relies heavily on reward-based learning. This process is commonly thought to involve changes in the strength of connection between neurons in the brain, a phenomenon …

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Jeff Sonhouse’s last exhibition at the Zidoun-Bossuyt gallery – ARTnews.com

Jeff Sonhouse’s portraits of black men exude an aura of mystery tempered by hints of ironic humor. Throughout his paintings, Sonhouse explores how notions of African-American masculinity are constructed, interpreted and interpreted in Western culture. Her impeccably styled silhouettes often sport elegant costumes and accessories; but invariably, their lineaments are …

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Brief, Trends, Applications, Types, Research, Forecast to 2027 – Stillwater Current

The newly launched Face Injectables Market report produced by our group of experts at DATA LIBRARY SEARCH covers a wide range of topics and indicators, including manufacturing valuation aspects, market models, key activities in the market environment, market growth opportunities, market profits, business outputs and outcomes; and market drivers, constraints …

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