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With a condition that's "too strange for words," patient can do mental math but cannot recognize numerals.
The long read: For decades it has been the dominant metaphor in neuroscience. But could this idea have been leading us astray all along?
A study in mice suggests serotonin release underlies the drug's prosocial effects while dopamine mediates the rewarding properties that drive its potential for abuse.
Ten years ago, a neuroscientist said that within a decade he could simulate a human brain. Spoiler: It didn't happen.