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A new study suggests that playing Tetris builds gray matter.
Explore the sensory explosion experienced by people with this unusual, but not that uncommon nor unwelcome, condition.
By looking at patterns on brain scans, scientists can "see" where a person has been.
Preschool boys perform better in classes where the girls outnumber them.
Researchers have used brain scans to measure how the brain "sees" pictures—and to try to predict what a person is looking at.
Like people, chimpanzees (and babies) seem to help each other out, just because it feels good to be generous.
Some infants can tell the difference between two languages just by looking at the speaker's face.
Studies of chimpanzees suggest that our ancestors may have "talked" to each other using hand gestures before they learned to speak.
Some chimps, especially youngsters and female adults, use spearlike wooden tools to hunt.
Playing violent video games may have harmful effects on the brain.
For kids, the online world can be helpful in some ways and dangerous in others.
For some kids, entering science fairs is like eating cookies. It's hard to stop at just one.