Researchers have identified three biomarkers in blood samples that confirm the link between exercise and improved cognitive function in older adults.
The effects of schedule autonomy on creative performance are dependent upon a person's level of impulsivity. The more impulsive a person is, the more creative they are. The reverse is true for those who are more controlled.
Hordenine, a substance present in beer and malted barley, activates dopamine D2 receptors through G proteins, leading to a possibly prolonged effect on the brain's reward center, researchers report.