Young people are more susceptible to pleading guilty to a crime, even though they are innocent. Researchers say the differences in children's brains which affect their sensitivity to reward and punishment, and differences in information processing could be factors as to why they are more likely to plead guilty.
Findings suggest prediction may be a general feature of animal nervous systems in supporting quick behavioral changes.
A new system within the brain uses for information processing and memory storage has been discovered. The findings provide novel insight into how the brain functions.
30% of people reported changes in cognition, memory, and problems with information processing as a result of social isolation caused by pandemic lockdowns.