People who later developed Alzheimer's disease scored poorly on memory and logic-based tests, as well as reaction times and grip tests. They were also more likely to have experienced a fall within the past 12 months. Those who developed PSP were twice as likely to experience a fall.
Our worldview forms during childhood as a result of our socialization within a particular cultural context. Our views get reinforced over time by the social groups we keep, the media we consume, and even the way in which our brains are wired. Challenging our worldviews with facts can feel like an attack on our personal identities and can often result in hardening our positions. Researchers assess how we can open our minds and explore facts that may go against our personal worldviews.
Using fear as a political platform has created a resurgence in feelings of tribalism. The utilization of fear as a political tool is uninformed, illogical and can result in increased social violence. A new study looks at the impact of the politics of fear on tribalism.
Study suggests those who feel in awe of scientific discoveries are more likely to believe in a god, while those who are more inclined to logical thinking were less likely to believe in a deity.
Researchers report relatively simple math logic underlies complex brain computations.
Older dogs are slower to learn and exhibit lower cognitive flexibility than younger dogs, but are better at logical reasoning, a new study reports.