Browse Feed Entries By Period: August 2023
We take a look back at our 2023 coverage of blunders that prompted retractions in the neuroscience literature in this archival special report. SourceSource: Spectrum News
01.09.2023 · From Spectrum News
This month’s Going on Trial newsletter dives into an electroencephalography biomarker that could track the efficacy of treatments for dup15q and Angelman syndromes, among other drug development news. SourceSource: Spectrum News
01.09.2023 · From Spectrum News
This month’s ASAT feature comes to us from Daniel W. Mruzek, PhD, BCBA-D, University of Rochester. To learn more about ASAT, please visit their website at You can also sign up for ASAT’s free newsletter, Science in Autism Treatment, and like them on Facebook! Ma…
01.09.2023 · From Different Roads to Learning
Despite grave side effects, it’s vital to keep developing treatments for rare genetic forms of childhood epilepsy, says West, president of the KCNT1 Epilepsy Foundation and father of a son with the condition. SourceSource: Spectrum News
31.08.2023 · From Spectrum News
by Dr. Dan L. Edmunds With the clipboard they stood and made demands They wrote, ‘Five times he flapped his hands’ They offered me a treat If I did not move my feet Echolalia is repeating your own phrase Progress is repeating according to our ways Look at everyone in the eye We do not w…
31.08.2023 · From The Art of Autism
A protective pathway that pauses protein synthesis is muted in a mouse model of fragile X syndrome, according to a new study. SourceSource: Spectrum News
30.08.2023 · From Spectrum News
The experienced clinician discusses writing his recent paper, and its reception in the field. SourceSource: Spectrum News
29.08.2023 · From Spectrum News
This week on social media, researchers discussed a genome-wide association study of the human cerebral cortex, how astrocytes integrate calcium signals, and more. SourceSource: Spectrum News
28.08.2023 · From Spectrum News
Get ready to exercise your mind with a crossword puzzle that’s as enlightening as it is entertaining! This unique challenge revolves around the captivating world of assistive technology, accessibility, and universal design. Step into the realm of innovative solutions that bridge gaps and creat…
28.08.2023 · From Assistive Technology Blog
As the world’s population gets older, more people are experiencing conditions like dementia and cognitive decline. Researchers are searching for effective and affordable ways to slow down or prevent these age-related cognitive issues. One connection that has been observed is between hearing lo…
27.08.2023 · From Assistive Technology Blog
Here is a roundup of news and research spotted around the web for the week of 21 August. SourceSource: Spectrum News
26.08.2023 · From Spectrum News
Jammed online surveys and invaded video calls are forcing researchers to rethink their outreach methods. SourceSource: Spectrum News
25.08.2023 · From Spectrum News
Most children with the condition, however, gain communication and social abilities over time. SourceSource: Spectrum News
25.08.2023 · From Spectrum News
A dozen papers have been retracted so far, and six more are planned. SourceSource: Spectrum News
24.08.2023 · From Spectrum News
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