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Translations of Neuroscience for Kids

Portions of Neuroscience for Kids are now available in Spanish, Portuguese, Slovakian, Italian, Korean, Slovene, Czech, Finnish, Albanian, Estonian, Russian, Norwegian, Romanian, Polish, Serbian, Ukranian, Hungarian, Russian, Slovene, Ukranian, Japanese, Malay, and Turkish. These translations are located on other web sites and have NOT been checked for accuracy by anyone associated with Neuroscience for Kids. Click on a flag or link to visit Neuroscience for Kids in a different language.

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Albanian
Epilepsy and Driving translated by Andrew McMason
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Czech
Heroin translated by Barbora Lebedov

Finnish
Dyslexia translated by Karla Valenzuela.
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Estonian
Dyslexia translated by Karonlin Lohmus.

Hungarian
Dyslexia translated by Elana Pavlet, 10% of the brain myth translated by Szabolcs Csintalan and dyslexia translated by Szabolcs Csintalan.

Punjabi
Schizophrenia translated by the Bydiscountcodes Team.

Indonesian
Dyslexia translated by Fira Widagdo.

Italian
Translated by the Interdepartmental Centre for Neuroscience, University of Trieste, Trieste, Italy.

Japanese
Dyslexia translated by Professor Jianhua Ma, Hosei University.

Korean
Translated by a team led by Professor Lee Maan-Gee and Professor Bae Jungok of Brain Science and Engineering Institute, Kyungpook National University.

Malay
Do you wear glasses? translated by Gerald Cheah.
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Norwegian
Schizophrenia and Colors, Colors translation by Psychiatric Technician Team.
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Polish
Neurotoxins and Sleep translation by Med Alert Systems.

Portuguese
Translated by Fernando Lage Bastos, Group of Studies of Neurocijncias and Neuropsicologia (GENN), Mackenzie University, Sao Paulo, Brazil.

Portuguese
Translated by Susana de Almeida, Porto, Portugal.

Romanian
10% Brain Myth (translated by Irina Vasilescu).

Russian
Dyslexia (translated by Mark Pozner), Skateboarding (translated by Jim Jerginson) and Animal Sleep (translated by Sandi Wolfe)

Serbian
10% of the Brain Myth, Who, What, Where of Neuroscience, and Conduction Velocity translated by Svetlana Stefanovic, Belgrade, Serbia.

Slovene
What is Sleep? and How Much Do Animals Sleep? translated by Sophi Spacilova.

Slovak
Dyslexia and Epilepsy and Driving translated by Katarina Hornik.

Spanish
Translated by Alejandra Salviccio, Argentina. Amazing Animal Senses has been translated into Spanish.

Turkish
Epilepsy and Driving translated by Efser Unsal

Ukranian
Animal Sleep (translated by Mary Davidson).

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