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Obeying orders reduces vicarious brain activation towards victims’ pain

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Saliency-Driven Visual Search Performance in Toddlers With Low– vs High–Touch Screen Use

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Noradrenergic activation of the basolateral amygdala maintains hippocampus-dependent accuracy of remote memory

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Depression and Risk of Developing Dementia

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