When it comes to scientific theory, (or your personal life) be sure to question everything.
Understanding cognitive development and stress in children can add context to systems of education.
Yet another study shows the potential efficacy of psychedelics in treating addiction.
Try not to think about your hands. Now enjoy a few minutes of not being able to stop thinking about them.
Think adrenaline leaves you unable to think clearly? Think again.
Nematodes demonstrate that neurons can influence offspring's genetics.
It's been difficult to research the illicit drugs, but we're slowly building a better understanding of their potential.
A recent study could help improve treatments for PTSD, anxiety and phobias.
Do you have a magnetic compass in your head?
A new method of growing mini-brains produces some startling results.
Our egotism and self-confidence can sometimes spill-over to our loved ones.
Should you listen to music while doing intellectual work? It depends on the music, the task, and your personality
How prone you are to boredom plays an unexpected role.
As we urbanize, a new study flags the need for lots of green spaces.
A new study finds even simple, easy, appearance alterations fool people
If you have a strong imagination, this won't help you with academic study.
A new study takes a fresh look at the mechanics of forming habits.
Even some teachers suffer from anxiety about math.
Research by neuroscientists at MIT's Picower Institute for Learning and Memory helps explain how the brain regulates arousal.
Just like your brain.
Three study participants described their own memories as almost completely lacking a first-person perspective or involving any sense of "re-experiencing."