How you prepare mentally makes a huge difference in your performance. Author Daniel McGinn explains the science of mental preparation. Go to Source By author: Roger Dooley Date & time: 1st September 2017, 00:00.
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A study led by Associate Professor Mark Nielsen from The University of Queensland School of Psychology found an overwhelming sampling bias in developmental psychology towards research conducted in Western cultures. “Over the last decade there has been an increasing call for psychological studies to move away from what we call a WEIRD-centric approach – that […]
By developing a new approach to imaging and manipulating particular groups of neurons in the mouse brain, scientists have identified a pathway by which neurons that drive hunger influence distant neurons involved in the decision of whether or not to react to food-related cues. Their findings could open the door to targeted therapies that dampen […]
Using functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), researchers have identified certain brain regions that significantly correlate with an increase in social abilities following a virtual environment based training program. Adults on the autism spectrum who showed greater activity in the social brain network prior to the training improved more in emotion recognition than those who showed […]
Using Gestalt Principles makes your visual marketing powerful and persuasive. Go to Source By author: Lucia Z. Wang Date & time: 15th June 2017, 00:03.
New research has uncovered details about subcellular-level changes in the brain after concussion that could one day lead to improved treatment.
Good reviews definitely boost sales, but watch out for a few pitfalls. Go to Source By author: Roger Dooley Date & time: 13th June 2017, 06:04.
Radiation therapy (RT) using high-energy particles is a common and critical component in successfully treating patients with brain tumors but it is also associated with significant adverse effects. In a new study, researchers report that irradiation can cause broader adverse effects, altering the structural network properties in impacted brains and perhaps contributing to delayed cognitive […]
School programs designed to educate children and adolescents on how to understand and manage emotions, relationships and academic goals must go beyond improving the skills of the individuals to create a respectful climate and allow adolescents more autonomy in decision making, according to psychology research.
Self-talk is sometimes looked at as just an eccentric quirk, but research has found that it can influence behavior and cognition. Go to Source By author: Date & time: 8th June 2017, 18:02.