Interpersonal sensitivity, obsessive compulsions, and the time per day spent using a cell phone are strong predictors of nomophobia, a condition defined as a fear of being away from smart technology.
Compared to adults, children continue to explore other options than using knowledge to capitalize on reward, to see if the value has changed. Children approach exploration systematically to make sure they don't miss anything.
Baby boomers scored lower on cognitive function tests than members of previous generations. Scored began to decline in those born between 1948-1953, and decreased further in those born between 1954-1959.
Spinal cord injuries cause stem cells in the bone marrow to rapidly divide. Following the cell division, the stem cells become trapped in the bone marrow.
Women who ate a meal high in saturated fats performed worse on attention-based tests than women eating healthier meals. The findings reveal a potential link between high-fat diets and poor attention skills. Additionally, those with a condition called leaky gut, which allows bacteria from the intestines to enter the bloodstream, performed worse on attention tasks regardless of whether they ate a high-fat meal or chose a healthier option.
People who rate themselves as highly knowledgeable about new viral infection threats could also be more likely to believe they don't know enough.
Looking at a person's facial expression may not be the best way to detect their internal emotional feelings.
When it comes to fiction and entertainment, people find more enjoyment in seeing a villain receive punishment than be forgiven.
Study strengthens previous findings linking vitamin E acetate to lung injury associated with vaping.
To accurately perceive another person, your neural representation of that person has to match the pattern in the persons' brain when they think about themselves.