Latest Cognitive psychology Stories
In the trippiest study this year, scientists attempt to figure out how our brains make us self aware.
Why does a relentless stream of subjective experiences normally fill your mind? Maybe that's just one of those mysteries that will always elude us.
Scientists have found they can effectively shut off an individual's consciousness by sending an electrical impulse to an area of the brain known as the claustrum.
A World Famous Psychic Discusses the Birth-Life Continuum BEVERLY HILLS, Calif., June 9, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Science has told us that everything began with a "Big Bang".
A Wake Forest stem cell scientist has put forward a theory that says death is just a construct of the human mind.
Producer CEO at RKNet Studios stated: “Developing awareness and sensory integration are key features of cognitive skills development in Cognitions Bridge games, which are designed to act as
Believe it or not, there’s a lot to be learned from babies, and now researchers from Birbeck University of London’s world-renowned BabyLab want to learn all about laughter and how it pertains to cognitive development.
There will always be a wild and unpredictable quality to creativity and invention, says Anthony McCaffrey, a cognitive psychology researcher at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, because an "Aha moment" is rare and reaching it means overcoming formidable mental obstacles.
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