Drinking small amounts of alcohol, like one pint of beer or a large glass of wine, significantly impairs our feeling of being in control of our actions. A new study reveals even one beer can lead to overconfidence in driving ability and make us act in inappropriate, potentially dangerous ways. The study begs the question, are current alcohol limits for driving truly safe?
Researchers used Nash equilibrium game theory and adaptive control to program a robot that can better understand its human user's behavior. This allows the robot to anticipate and respond to the human's movements.
Researchers say those who refrain from drinking alcohol during 'Dry January' experience better sleep quality, lose more weight and have more energy than those who don't participate.
Researchers report exposure to sour foods can increase our desire to take a few risks. Risk averse people, such as those with anxiety disorders, could benefit from eating sour tasting foods to help boost risk taking behaviors, such as talking to new people.
Researchers reveal a horse can read and remember people's emotional facial expressions.
A new study reveals the role the hippocampus plays in language acquisition.
When it comes to teaching children new words and how to read, less is more for illustrations. Researchers find having more than one illustration per page hinders children's ability to learn new words.