Mothers and children who participated in empathy skill training had better relationships and improved overall well-being, a new study reports.
The corn-derived MetO-rich protein, when injected, prompts the immune system to produce antibodies against the MetO component of amyloid beta. Older mice injected with the MetO-rich protein showed 50% improvement in memory compared to the control animals. The findings could be key to the development of a potential vaccine for Alzheimer's.
Study reveals the types of foods you load your plates with at all you can eat buffets may predict your risk for obesity.
When listening to a phrase over and over, the words often begin to sound like a song. Researchers found this speech-to-song illusion does not decrease with age.
Test anxiety and sleep feed off one another, causing a negative effect on academic performance.
Researchers question the statistical evidence behind psychiatric therapies considered to be empirically supported treatments by the APA.
A new study reveals those with a better working memory tend to get bored of experiences more quickly. The study could have implications for consumers and marketers in maintaining interest in their products.
A new study will investigate the potential of using transcranial direct current stimulation as a treatment for depression.