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Science Museum: Your Brain

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This online exhibit on the brain for the Science Museum covers a variety of brain-related subjects including how the brain works, what the brain does, how the brain grows, language, memory, and more. Find out what part of your brain controls your emotions and read about problems with extreme emotions. Learn about dreaming, sleep cycles, the amount of sleep you need, and how you know it’s time to sleep.

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