People from cultures that frequently engage in conflicts with other cultures tend to play more cooperative games than competitive ones. However, in cultures where there are frequent conflicts within their own communities, there is a greater tendency to play more competitive games.
COVID-19 infections in families widened the prosocial gap almost three-fold between people with higher socioeconomic status and those from backgrounds of lower socioeconomic status.
Cholesterol synthesis in nerve cells ensures the replenishment of newly myelin-forming cells. The findings could provide new treatment options for the treatment of disorders associated with myelin loss, such as multiple sclerosis.
Study reveals a specific neural code for spatial goals, providing evidence for the brain's goal map that guides us to a remote location over space and time.
Research of lemurs sheds light on the evolutionary origins of musicality in humans.
Many people claim meditation helps to relieve their daily stresses. A new study provides objective evidence which supports the claims. Researchers found cortisol levels from hair samples decreased by 25% following a six-month meditation training program.
Study finds part of the category knowledge is already present in the early visual brain areas, revealing how widespread semantic memories are stored throughout the brain.
Researchers reveal the neurobiological basis of why we often find it more difficult to find the right words as we age.