The strength of the connection between the hippocampus and the intraparietal sulcus predicts a child's ability to learn number sense and mathematics.
Overall, women scored higher on compassion-related items and self-reflection, while men scored higher on emotional regulation and cognitive-related items.
A meta-analysis study reveals alterations in the gut microbiome may trigger gastrointestinal problems associated with Parkinson's disease. Additionally, the gastrointestinal problems may occur years before other Parkinson's symptoms develop.
Handgrip strength correlates with cognitive function, attention, and psychomotor function in older men. No association was found between muscle mass and cognitive function.
Delivering a memory-inducing scent to one nostril while a person sleeps helps boost memory retention.
Usually frowned upon, researchers say swearing can increase a person's self-confidence and boost their physical strength. However, the use of profanity can also increase risk-taking behaviors.
The reactivation of learned material during slow oscillation/sleep spindle complexes, and the precision of SO-spindle coupling predicts how strong a memory will be reactivated in the brain.
A single protein called 15-PGDH appears to be a master regulator of muscle function during aging. Blocking the protein in mice increased muscle strength and endurance.
Jealousy can be a useful tool in maintaining friendships, a new study report. Feelings of jealousy were linked to the value of the friendship and motivated behaviors to retain the relationship.
Study strengthens previous findings linking vitamin E acetate to lung injury associated with vaping.