The correlation stood even for people well above the poverty line.
These have got to be the most cultured crocs.
Chocolate — good for the tummy, good for the brain.
The results astonishingly suggest that Alzheimer’s effects on the brain could be reversed.
The results are encouraging given an aging population around the world.
German researchers reprogramed brain cells to investigate how place memories are formed.
Printing brains on PC circuits seems to be all the rage nowadays.
In a dark way, these findings are quite soothing.
Stress and memory don’t mix very well.
A story of bungee jumping, electrical currents, and free will.
Anxiety is useful, to an extent, but sometimes it can overflow, with devastating consequences.
Friends think alike.
The brain changes and the skull follows.
A book for everyone interested in knowing more about the human mind.
Just like there’s an internet, there’s also an interbrain — except this one is more complex.
Taking a look at BrainFacts.org’s surprisingly fun new feature.
Ah yes. The dreaded brain fart comes under scrutiny.
Seems like the brain of astronauts starts to float upward.
Sleep seems to be a keystone of memory formation and retention.
One cognitive test widely used in research can improve working memory. The training won’t make you smarter, though.