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NeuroPsyence is a science communication website dedicated to neuroscience and psychology. Our team uses this space to share their research, as well as to create insightful blog posts covering various neuroscience topics.

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How can Neurofilament light concentrations help in Diagnosis?

Overview In May 2022, I attended a conference in Syndey, Australia. The conference was targeted mainly for psychiatrists and neuropsychiatrists. I was able to attend this lovely conference through my company called Monarch Mental Health Group. On the first day,…

Execessive Neural Noise in Developmental Dyslexia?

Overview Developmental dyslexia (reading disabilities/disorders, or decoding-based reading disorder) is a neurodevelopmental disorder with multiple potential underlying genetic, neural, and cognitive factors.Past models have not been very successful at integrating key neural and behavioural features of dyslexia with common neural…

Neurology and Mental Health: The Impact of COVID-19

Overview Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) is an infectious disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 virus. Most people infected with the virus will experience mild to moderate respiratory illness and recover without requiring special treatment, though some will become seriously ill and require…

Latest from the Neuromyth Busters

Neuromyths: What are they and what can we do about them?

Have you noticed the words “brain-based” in popular online quizzes, magazine articles or self-help books? How about that latest “brain training game” that suddenly everyone is obsessed with? It has actually become quite common to come across brain research findings…

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