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Aerobic fitness is associated with greater white matter integrity in children

Aerobic fitness has been found to play a positive role in brain and cognitive health of children. Yet, many of the neural biomarkers related to aerobic fitness remain unknown. Here, using diffusion tensor imaging, we demonstrated that...


Jazz improvisers' shared understanding: a case study

When musicians play together, they predict, perceive, and react to what their partners do in complex ways. Doing this requires some level of shared understanding—but of what exactly? In what arenas and to what extent do collaborating musicians creating a joint performance need to...


Translational research in agricultural biology

Biological revolution—genetic engineering and biotechnology—has a promise to enhance crop resilience and make a breeder's dream come true: produce more in a shorter time, reduce our reliance on agricultural chemicals such as pesticides and fungicides, and add to environment-friendly sustainable...


Basic and applied research on deception and its detection

Deception is a ubiquitous phenomenon in social interactions and has attracted a significant amount of research during the last decades. The majority of studies in this field focused on how deception modulates behavioral, autonomic, and brain responses and whether these changes...


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The Janus-Face of language: Where are the emotions in words and the words in emotions?

Hosted by: Cornelia Herbert, Thomas Ethofer, Andreas Fallgatter, Peter Walla and Georg Northoff

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