The study examines students at a secondary school in Singapore, which leads the world in Programme for International Student Assessment (PISA) rankings.
Researchers believe it’ll interweave the internet, A.I., and the human brain in a way that will create a “second self.”
New research from UC Davis shows forty volunteers still experiencing cognitive gains seven years after an intensive retreat.
A new study echoes a key finding in a growing body of research on self-estimated intelligence: men tend to overestimate how smart they are.
Why are we so drawn to supernatural beliefs?
The results have implications for psychology, neurology, robotics and A.I.
Conspiracy theorising may be a symptom of a breakdown of trust in institutions like the government and the media.
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A new report charges that there hasn’t yet been enough concerted research on what makes a person become a mass shooter.
The idea of self-actualization can seem like new-age woo. Where's the science behind it?
Always wanted to trip but don't want to risk brain damage? We might have a solution for you.
Social media addiction may be on the rise. Surprisingly, there’s been very little research on it.
A new study reveals that babies as young as one year old can think logically.
Self-actualization is a great goal, but how easy is it to actually reach?
A new study published in Nature Neuroscience shows that stress changes the structure of mouse brains—in partners who did not experience stress.
Research with other species lends weight to these findings.
A new study shows how increased coffee consumption interacts with the endocannabinoid system, which the body uses to process cannabinoids found in marijuana.
World class athletes, musicians, and chess masters use a similar technique.
Although we’ve had compelling evidence of this for decades, the pathogen hypothesis is finally being taken seriously.
Put down that cell phone before bed. Sleeping with even a little bit of light in your bedroom at night can heighten depression.