Scientists use tripping rats to show that LSD disrupts communication between two key brain regions.
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Although initial contact with outsiders is stressful, over time we figure out how to fit them into our lives.
Can neuroscience provide an alternative hypothesis for the Mandela effect, without evoking quantum physics?
Bushier eyebrows are associated with higher levels of narcissism, according to new research.
We all make mistakes. However, acknowledging them can help you overcome the "sunk cost fallacy" and move on.
Daydreaming is good. But if you're doing too much of it, you might have a totally different brain.
Researchers find the "neural clock" that orders and timestamps experiences and memories.
A new study finds that even minutes of meditation or mindfulness increases your cognitive capabilities.
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The study also showed that students who didn’t use electronic devices but attended lectures where their use was allowed also performed worse on tests.