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the branch of neuroscience concerned with the brain

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Wang hopes that the Chinese government will attach more importance to research on brain science and offer more support.
This new business tool helps Happy Brain Science spread the amazing science of thriving to more people who can benefit from it."
All the elements that have propelled the preschool movement, such as brain science, molecular genetics, economics, evaluation and issue-framing, are dissected.
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Lord Layard uses economics, brain science, sociology and philosophy to explore the quest for happiness.
English began encroaching on Japanese in science when RIKEN Brain Science Institute was established in 1997.
``It's a serious and powerful introduction to brain science and the beauty of it is that the content helps the student throughout the three years of their Psychology degrees and more -as it even has an impact on their everyday life,making them realise how or why people about them react in a certain way.
The mangled accounts of brain science that Bruer and Breggin want to debunk begin with the assumption that brain development is crucial to child development.
Brain science has been invoked, he maintains, to justify "preexisting views about child development and early childhood policy." But the evidence has been overstated, if not actually misinterpreted.
They address key interests in early years intervention, particularly who uses brain science to argue for intervention and promote specific types of parenting interventions, such as politicians, policymakers and political advisers, intervention lobbyists, consultants, and evaluators, and chief executives and directors of statutory and voluntary sector services, and why.
The Researchers at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine and the Allen Institute for Brain Science, who analyzed 25 genes in post-mortem brain tissue of kids with and without autism, found that there were focal patches of disrupted development of these cortical layers in the majority of children with autism.
Where other books may discuss overall brain science, this one narrows the focus to teen behavior and relationships and is directed to parents who want to better understand their teen.