Believing in neuromyths, especially concerning learning styles, may be dangerous to personal development. Researchers debunk the concepts surrounding neuromyths.
A new study disputes a myth popularized by Freud. Reporting in Neuropsychological Review, researchers say they have found no association between obsessive compulsive disorder and higher IQ.
A new Frontiers in Psychology study reveals many teachers believe in common misconceptions about learning and the brain. Researchers say they are considering creating an online training scheme aimed at educators to help dispel such neuromyths.
While misinformation can cancel our accurate statements about climate change, researchers report that delivering a 'vaccine, or preemptive exposure, to fragments of misinformation may cancel out the negative false news and help preserve the facts.
Irrespective of age, education level or gender, those who watch a lot of television are more likely to be susceptible to everyday myths, a new study reports.
A new study looks at the origin of why people believe a secondary head trauma could cure amnesia.