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Top Neuroscience Discoveries in 2012

Top Neuroscience Discoveries in 2012

I’m not a big fan of making lists of top things for a given year.  I really feel there are just too many things, especially in science. I could never choose just 10.

And so I leave it up to other people to make those calls.

In this link, 10 neuroscience discoveries of the past year are discussed. It focuses on words in the brain.  But of course, there were many great findings in neuroscience in addition to language related science.

For now I’ll leave the posts to others and just continue to report on findings as they come along.

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