Researchers have developed a new intervention program that promotes the learning of math to school-aged children. More than half the children who entered the ACE-ArithmEcole program were better able to solve complex math problems, compared to 29% who were not exposed to the new method.
Researchers say those over 60 are better at predicting stressful events at home than younger people. However, younger people are better at utilizing these predictions to minimize the adverse impact of stress.
Neuroimaging study sheds light on what drove the evolutionary development of human creativity.
A new study reveals birds can learn how to use objects to solve tasks by first playing with them.
A new study reports carnivores with larger brain compared to body size are better at complex problem solving.
Researchers report boys with better motor skills tend to have higher cognitive scores over a two year follow up period than those with poorer motor skills. Additionally, boys with higher aerobic fitness had poorer cognition during the two year follow up than those with lower fitness levels.
Knowing when your train of thought is off track is central to finding the correct answer while problem-solving.
Researchers find heightened activity in the cerebellum when people embark in creative problem solving tasks.
Our knowledge of the world has a critical impact on the ability to use mathematical reasoning, even for mathematicians. Findings reveal math professionals can be duped by some aspects of their knowledge about the world and fail to solve simple fifth-grade math problems.