Our feeds this week were full of discussion about a new super-resolution microscopy method and ways to make mouse behavioral experiments more natural.
Spectrum: Autism Research News
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Researchers took to social media this week to discuss the mechanisms behind hypersensitivity in autism and share their favorite neuroscience-focused podcasts.
Scientists on social media this week discussed a failed attempt to replicate some functional MRI results and children’s journeys to an autism diagnosis in the United Kingdom.
A potential threat to the integrity of data collected online and an analysis of the structure and function of dopamine receptors caught researchers’ attention on social media this week.
This week on social media, scientists discussed a new tool to quantify motion in 3D and responded to the announcement of the launch of Imaging Neuroscience.
Several studies caught researchers’ attention on social media this week, including one that compared gene expression in living versus postmortem samples of the human brain.
Community Newsletter: Tortured phrases; inherited variation; atypical speech and self-harm; autism prevalence
Researchers on PubPeer noted several autism papers with tortured phrases, and scientists on Twitter discussed new findings on inherited variation in developmental conditions, the link between atypical speech and self-harm, and autism prevalence.
The resignation of all the editors from two brain imaging journals caused quite a stir on social media this week, and a new 3D brain atlas turned some heads.
Scientists on social media this week discussed alternative treatments for aggression and self-injury in children with autism and addressed issues young researchers face when it comes to reimbursement for conference travel.