Teaching the brain new tricks takes time, attention and funding

By Nicholas Stuart
March 21 2019 - 12:00am

You feel safe wearing a helmet. Hit it with a stick and it will sound a reassuring ‘clang’. It seems obvious that anything inside will be protected unless the metal itself is pierced. But that’s not the way the brain works.

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