New neural research could help us design better anti-prejudice interventions.
It seems the earlier the body plays, the earlier the brain pays.
Children suffering from Rett Syndrome may have found hope in a drug combination that could potentially reverse disease symptoms by adjusting natural cellular functions.
New research suggests it creates a cognitive reserve the brain can utilize when other regions start to decay.
Using drugs at a young age can permanently modify your brain chemistry, but researchers are working to change that.
Is the best reason to tell the truth simply that it’s easier?
Rather than accepting or rejecting controversial findings — like Daryl Bem’s upcoming paper on ESP — based on preconceived notions, how about approaching them with scientific scrutiny?