An ancient mechanism meant to keep us alive can overwhelm us in today's world.
Our tendency to use calendars or smartphones as 'thinking aids' starts in childhood.
Students could see a 50% decline in cognitive capacity by 2100 if CO2 emissions don't drop.
"We're probably all killing a lot of our best ideas early in the creative process without knowing it," says the ...
Don't believe everything you think
We like it easy... but not too easy.
A new study reports that there are four broad categories for the motivations that drive human behavior: prominence, inclusiveness, negativity ...
Left-handed people appear to have better verbal skills, but they also have slightly higher risks of Parkinson's and schizophrenia.
People who visit an urban park use happier language and express less negativity on Twitter for up to four hours.
Luckily it's not the only one because I already have it. Double helpings.
Healthy body, healthy mind.
Sometimes, less is more. But for a few years in our lives, less can be everything.
Cool research, even if its purpose is somewhat troubling.
Whether you break an egg or break into dance, our brain handles the word "break" the same.
'Clock time' is not the same as 'mind time'.
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?