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Understanding Gene/Environment Interactions


While we often talk about our genes as being responsible for individual traits like intelligence and temperament, the environments we live in may have just as much influence on who we are, how we look, and how we behave. Here are the basics.

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August 4, 2021


International Brain Bee


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July 29, 2021


Podcast with Dilip V. Jeste, M.D., Author of Ageism: The Brain Strikes Back!


Dilip V. Jeste, M.D, author and senior associate dean for healthy aging at the University of California, San Diego, talks about his Cerebrum magazine cover story, “Ageism: The Brain Strikes Back.”

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July 19, 2021


Podcast with Lisa Feldman Barrett, Ph.D., Author of Interoception: The Secret Ingredient


Lisa Feldman Barrett, Ph.D., talks about the internal-sense system, largely below our consciousness, that keeps our bodies and brains going.

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Ageism: The Brain Strikes Back!


Our authors, who study successful aging and mental illnesses at the University of California, San Diego, address the much-debated, complicated question that many of us have long wondered about: Does the brain improve with age?

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July 15, 2021


Interoception: The Secret Ingredient


Your brain keeps you alive and well by running a metabolic “budget” for your body. Our authors explain how these budgetary activities, and the bodily sensations they create, suggest surprising connections between brain, mind, body, and world.

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Narcissism Gets No Respect


Why is narcissistic personality disorder, which has been recognized by the American Psychiatric Association since 1980, under-researched and rarely treated?

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Beauty and the Brain


Since 2014, stunning imagery inspired by brain research has launched an annual art exhibition during Brain Awareness Week at the Icahn School of Medicine in NYC.

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The Value of Vulnerability


A young clinician who uses a wheelchair has found that sharing his experience and showing vulnerability helps many kinds of patients.

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Cerebrum Summer 2021 Issue


Table of contents, with links, for this issue of Cerebrum’s emagazine

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