Revenge is a dish best served cold. An eye for an eye makes the whole world blind. My name is Inigo Montoya, you killed my father, prepare to die. The culture is swimming with depictions of revenge: Sometimes it's deeply satisfying, sometimes it injures the avenger, and sometimes it's a little ...
Date Posted: July 19, 2016GO
Cognitive brain training improves executive function whereas aerobic activity improves memory, according to new Center for BrainHealth research at The University of Texas at Dallas.
You may have heard that loneliness is hazardous to your health - and can even lead to an early death. Now, an analysis of 23 scientific studies gives us numbers that reveal just how sick it can really make you. People with "poor social ...
Categories: Social IsolationGO
On his 45-minute commute to and from his college office in Philadelphia, John Kounios picks the quiet car on the regional rail. No ringing cellphones. His thoughts wander, perhaps to the future or to something that makes him happy. Once he's ...
Categories: Creative BlocksGO
ADHD is a neurobiological condition that affects one's academic learning and social behavioural development in varying degrees of severity. About 5 to 8 per cent of children and young people, and 2 to 3 per cent of adults have it. Increased ...
Categories: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD)GO
Families face a myriad of choices—and not all of them have been shown to be effective
Categories: Autism spectrum disordersGO
Only relatively small changes are needed to see benefits to depressive symptoms.
The human drive to resolve uncertainty is so strong that people will look for answers even when it’s obvious those answers will be painful.
The very best lifestyle change a person can make in midlife to protect against cognitive decline later is taking more exercise.
Categories: Cognitive Problems Amnesia / DementiaGO
Babies learn different types of words first depending on their native language
Called the “Dark Tetrad,” this combination of traits may explain why some teens are able to taunt, harass, and bully others online — sometimes to the point of no return.
Categories: Suicide PreventionGO
Talent matters for performance - maybe more than you think.
To excel at transformational change, organizations and the people who comprise them must accept change-related discomfort and adjust to it as a natural expectation.
Categories: Adjusting to Change / Life TransitionsGO
With job insecurity as high as it is, you’d think we’d start teaching millennials self-validation in school.
Categories: Emotional Intelligence, Self-Care / Self CompassionGO
Are children and young adults less attentive and respectful than they once where? Is uttering the perennial platitude “kids these days" disguising actual behavioural decline?
Categories: Adult ADHDGO
New methods to examine the brain and spinal fluid heighten the chance of early diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease. These findings may have important implications for early detection of the disease, the choice of drug treatment and the inclusion of ...
Categories: Aging & Geriatric Issues, DementiaGO