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Neuropsy

The Man that Hath No Music in Himself

By Tim Hannan

A study of people who don’t respond to music finds differences in the brain’s reward system.

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To Sleep, Perchance to Clean the Brain

By Tim Hannan

The restorative function of a night’s sleep may result from elimination of the day’s neurotoxins.

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Curiouser and Curiouser

By Tim Hannan

A new case of Alice in Wonderland syndrome draws attention to how little is known about perceived distortions of body size.

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Exercising the Brain

By Tim Hannan

Can physical activity in later life slow the rate of cerebral atrophy?

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Face Off

By Tim Hannan

Do motoring enthusiasts recognise cars in the same way people recognise faces?

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The Streep Effect

By Tim Hannan

Is Foreign Accent Syndrome the result of brain trauma or stress, or not even a foreign accent?

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Scent of a Woman

By Tim Hannan

Does the lack of a sense of smell affect personal and sexual relationships?

Tim Hannan is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at Charles Sturt University, and the President of the Australian Psychological Society.

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The Head Coach

By Tim Hannan

New guidelines aim to reduce the risk of cognitive impairment from concussion in sport.

Tim Hannan is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at Charles Sturt University, and the President of the Australian Psychological Society.

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Girlfriend, Where’s My Car?

By Tim Hannan

Men and women use different strategies to find their car, with different degrees of success.

Tim Hannan is an Associate Professor of Clinical Psychology at Charles Sturt University, and the President of the Australian Psychological Society.

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