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New Year's Resolutions: Neural Tug-of-Wars

How often do you make a decision about something truly necessary for life? The answer is all the time! We have to eat to live. We do not have to buy flattering jeans to live. We don't even have be kind to others to live. Weight loss by eating healthy is an ever-popular New Year’s resolution, and its success requires a tug-of-war among the brain’s decision-making system Read More

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Kimberlee D’Ardenne, Ph.D. is a neuroscientist by training, science writer by choice.


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