Brain Matters - Vol. 2 No. 1 2020

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  • Sobecks, Briana (University of Illinois Undergraduate Neuroscience Society, 2020)
    In the early twentieth century, psychologists realized that language is not just understanding words, but also requires learning grammar, syntax, and semantics. Modern language is incredibly complex, but young children can ...

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  • Kim, Chloe (University of Illinois Undergraduate Neuroscience Society, 2020)
    Scientists have studied multiple approaches that have been thought to enhance neural regeneration. These approaches have led to the development of groundbreaking treatment for age-related diseases and nerve injuries. The ...

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  • Gainski, Julia (University of Illinois Undergraduate Neuroscience Society, 2020)
    There are many common misconceptions between differentiating ADHD brains and non ADHD brains, the cause of which largely stems from the stigmatization of men-tal health disorders. Though it is still debated whether or not ...

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  • Romanchek, Thomas (University of Illinois Undergraduate Neuroscience Society, 2020)
    Few can contest the complicated and interdisci-plinary origins of neuroscientific study, as its precise date of birth is obscure. However, it is important to place the first true and deliberate neuroscience studies in ...

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