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DFG grant for investigating aesthetic choices
The German Research Foundation supports a new research project about aesthetic decision-making.
The astonishing self-organization skills of the brain
A team of researchers from Tübingen and Israel uncovers how brain structures can maintain function and stable dynamics even in unusual conditions. Their results might lay the foundations for better understanding and treating conditions like epilepsy and autism.
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Computational neuroscientists discover a rich interplay of emotions, experiences, and decision making.
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