Monthly Archives: February 2015

When 22-7 is more difficult than 99-12

For arithmetic facts (i.e., table facts, such as 2 x 3 = 6), there is strong evidence that cerebral damage can cause selective impairments within basic arithmetic operations. However, to understand the brain underpinnings of arithmetic abilities, it is necessary … Continue reading

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Nerve Agents

Although biological and chemical warfare are the aberration of medical sciences they will be always a subject of military studies as war is an unavoidable condition of the human nature itself. Although we should always avoid excessive alarmism, the neurologist … Continue reading

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