How’s your pound of gray matter feeling today?
Also, here’s why I’m drinking water out of a jar.
Who says social media never did any good?
It’s obviously kittens. Just stick kittens on everything.
“Whether the consequences of our choices for ourselves and others are visible immediately or will only materialize in the future, we need to integrate them into our considerations when deciding,” the paper’s abstract reads.
When power runs low, neurons start going haywire.
Mens sana in corpore sanome
Participants were able to better control their hallucinations after playing a computer game.
A book for everyone interested in knowing more about the human mind.
Simple things can make a big difference.
Extremely cool, extremely worrying.
Too bad we don’t have one for use against pseudoscience.
The mind is not the closed book we think it is.
We got this.
The eyes give it away.
All that day-dreaming might be working in your favor.
Drinks for the thirsty, gag reflex for the over-hydrated.
A new study offers insight into how neurons work together to make us remember stuff.
Researchers found a positive association between the amount of time spent playing video games and children’s mental health as well as their mental and social aptitudes.
The Internet is a wonderful and wonderfully powerful place. Just think about it, you have access to almost all of human knowledge with just a few key strokes. But having this much information at your disposal seems to actually make us rely less on what we already know.