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Because all children love tents, Enabling Devices has created the ingenious Sensory Exploration Tent to provide a calming, private place for any young user to relax in and explore.
Often attributed to age-related decay in vision and physical prowess, incidents of clumsiness in seniors could actually be caused by changes in the brain, say researchers.
A new study by researchers at Johns Hopkins School of Medicine in Baltimore has found that people who can’t see their errors when performing a physical task will lose that skill, not because the brain forgets, but because it has selected an inadequate technique.
When animals are on the hunt for food they likely use many senses, and scientists have wondered how the different senses work together.
Adding movement to mental rehearsal can improve performance.
We make snap judgments about other people all the time, whether we like to admit it or not. In speed dating, this is especially true because we are deciding someone's romantic potential in relatively few seconds.
A hallmark of human intelligence is the ability to efficiently adapt to uncertain, changing and open-ended environments.
The next time you set a trap for that rat running around in your basement, here's something to consider: you are going up against an opponent whose ability to assess the situation and make decisions is statistically just as good as yours.
We like to think of ourselves as rational creatures, absorbing information, weighing it carefully, and making thoughtful decisions.
What happens in the brain of right-handed people if their dominant hand is immobile for two weeks?
- A pivoted catch designed to fall into a notch on a ratchet wheel so as to allow movement in only one direction (e.g. on a windlass or in a clock mechanism), or alternatively to move the wheel in one direction.