According to a new study, children with executive function deficits were more likely to show physical and reactive aggression later in life. Researchers suggest helping children to improve executive function could help to reduce aggression levels.
A recent study of retired NFL players discovered over 40 percent had signs of significant TBI.
A new study reveals baby brain, the increased forgetfulness and inattention some women experience during pregnancy does, in fact, exist.
Researchers report exclusive breastfeeding until the age of six months is associated with fewer conduct disorders in later childhood. Additionally, enriched play can help enhance cognition.
A new study reports singing is beneficial for working memory, mood and executive function in people with mild or early stage dementia.
A new study sheds light on how reading shapes our brain and can improve our memory. Those who are not practiced readers, researchers discovered, find it more difficult to distinguish how an object is oriented in space.
A new neuroimaging study reveals self control varies depending on the importance of the decision. Self control, researchers note, may also be augmented when people are asked to justify their decisions.
A new study reports on a significant correlation between infrequent daily computer use and smaller hippocampal volume, an indicator of an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease.