Researchers suggest that, regardless of where we are from in the world, humans are hardwired to lean to the right when kissing a romantic partner. The findings could have wider implications for neuroscience and cognitive sciences, the researchers report.
A new study reveals practicing mindfulness could help provide some relief for those suffering from tinnitus. Researchers say MBCT significantly reduces the severity of tinnitus symptoms compared to relaxation based treatments.
A new study reveals the effects of a night binge drinking may last a little longer than we think. Researchers report cognitive impairments, memory deficits and problems with psychomotor skills are still present the day after, when there is little to no alcohol left in the blood stream.
Findings provide new evidence that autism is linked to lower empathy in the general population, and atypical empathy in ASD is not simply due to alexithymia, or emotional blindness. Researchers stress that the lack of empathy may not always be a negative quality.