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Brain Works Best When Cells Keep Right Rhythms, New Studies Suggest

New research suggests that brain cells need to follow specific rhythms that must be kept for proper brain functioning. These rhythms don’t appear to be working correctly in such diseases as schizophrenia and autism, and now Nature and Science demonstrate that precisely tuning the oscillation frequencies of certain neurons can affect how the brain processes information and implements feelings of reward.

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