Researchers reveal our brains rely on an active suppression mechanism to avoid distraction.
A new study reports we tend to be more easily distracted as we age.
Researchers have identified how the brain processes and differentiates between negative and positive emotions.
A new study reports the anterior cingulate cortex intervenes when driving distracted, but not when texting and driving.
According to researchers, making backup plans can reduce goal performance and could hurt your chances of achieving your ultimate goal.
A new study investigates what happens when we multitask and why it's not such a good idea to drive and use a phone at the same time.
A new framework could help provide a better understanding of the stream of consciousness in people who suffer from certain mental illnesses.