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Neurology in Media

Created:   10/20/2011
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Neurocinema: Looking at Neurology Through the Lens of Film

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‘The Theory of Everything’: Stephen Hawking's Story on the Big Screen

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FILM REVIEW: ‘You're Not You’: Trepidation and Alienation in ALS

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ALS, Through the Eyes of a Filmmaker and Daughter

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Neurology a Little Too Up Close and Personal — Why ‘Black Box’ Is Must-Not-See TV

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BOOKSHELF: Proteins, Prions, and Paradigm Shift — Persistence and a Little Self-Promotion Help Madness and Memory: The Discovery of Prions — A New Biological Principle of Disease....

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BOOKSHELF: Intelligence Training: Promise or Hype? Smarter: The New Science of Building Brain Power. By Dan Hurley. 304 Pages. Hudson Street Press 2013.

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FILM REVIEW: On Flips, Shears, and Tears: The Head Injury of Snowboarder Kevin Pearce

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BOOKSHELF: It's A Dog's Life — ‘I Think, Therefore I Am’ How Dogs Love Us: A Neuroscientist and His Adopted Dog Decode the Canine Brain. By Gregory Berns. 272 Pages. New Harvest...

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Moving In and Moving Out: The Finality of Alzheimer's Disease in Two New Films

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FILM REVIEW: ‘Quartet’: A Musical Ode to the Virtues of Aging

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FILM REVIEW: ‘Side Effects’: When an Antidepressant Leads to Violent Parasomnias

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BOOKSHELF: A Lively Tale of Proteins Gone Awry: Fatal Flaws: How a Misfolded Protein Baffled Scientists and Changed the Way We Look at the Brain.By Jay Ingram. 296 Pages. Yale...

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FILM REVIEW: ‘A Late Quartet’: A Musical Journey Cut Short by Parkinson's Disease

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BOOKSHELF: Through the Lens of a Journalist — A Personal Journey with Acute Autoimmune Encephalitis Brain on Fire: My Month of Madness. By Susannah Cahalan. 288 Pages. Free Press...

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FILM REVIEW: Palme d'Or-Awarded ‘Amour’ — The Neurologic Dying of a Loved One

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Neurology Debuts in Masterpiece Classic's ‘Downton Abbey’: Does It Make the Grade?

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BOOKSHELF: On Seeing and Hearing Things That Are Not There Hallucinations. By Oliver Sacks. 352 Pages. Knopf 2012.

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BOOKSHELF: The Neuroscience of Addiction — An Insider's Look Memoirs of an Addicted Brain: A Neuroscientist Examines His Former Life on Drugs. By Marc Lewis. 336 Pages....

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Bookshelf: Bridging the Gap Between Science and Art

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