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What people have to say on donating organs to people in need? Watch complete news story of Aap Ki News for getting detailed updates!

Apes may also understand what others are thinking

Apes may also understand what others are thinking

To explore whether apes can also read minds, researchers studied three different species of apes -- chimpanzees, bonobos and orangutans -- as they watched two short videos, tracking their gaze using an infrared eye-tracker installed outside these animals' enclosures.

Exclusive: This is what Kashmir's children think about India, terrorism and peace

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Why quick thinkers are charismatic for others

If you find some people more charismatic because they are quick to respond when asked a question, it is because charisma may rely on quick thinking.

Thinking skills linked to heart disease risk

People with low scores on a test of thinking skills required to reason, solve problems and plan may be at higher risk of heart attacks or strokes.

Like humans, chimps may know when they're 'spot on'

Like humans, chimps may know when they're 'spot on'

 A new study has suggested that chimpanzees are capable of metacognition or thinking about one's own thinking and can adjust their behavior accordingly.

Nobel Prize for medicine awarded for brain's 'inner GPS' discovery

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Stockholm: British-US scientist John O’Keefe and Norwegian couple May-Britt and Edvard Moser have won the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine for discovering the brain’s “inner GPS”.

AB blood type may increase dementia risk

According to a study, your blood type may have some role in your risk of dementia. People with AB blood type are more likely to develop thinking and memory problems in later years than people with other blood types.

Brain training improves thinking, wellbeing

The brain benefits from training, which includes online games, says an expert.

Primates can `think about thinking` like humans

The closest animal relatives to humans, chimpanzees, have the ability to "think about thinking" - what is called "metacognition," a new study has revealed.

Chewing gum can speed up thinking and alertness: Study

It`s official! Researchers have found scientific evidence to confirm that chewing gum can speed up thinking and make you more alert.

Exercise boosts memory after stroke

Just six months of exercise can improve memory and thinking by almost 50 per cent

Thinking you are fat can actually make you fat: Study

Normal weight teens who perceive themselves as fat are more likely to grow up to be overweight, according to a new study.

`Self talking can benefit your thinking`

Do you often find talking to yourself? Well, nothing to worry, it can rather benefit your thinking and perception, researchers say.

Magical thinking helps dieters cope with stress

“Magical thinking occurs when an individual invokes mystical, supernatural forces to understand, predict, or even influence events to overcome these stressful situations,”

Magical thinking helps dieters cope with stress

“Magical thinking occurs when an individual invokes mystical, supernatural forces to understand, predict, or even influence events to overcome these stressful situations,”

Thinking about death can motivate for charity: Study

It may seem quite a morbid thought, but your attitude towards charity is guided by the way you think about death, a new study has found.

Thinking past is past could make you happier

You could change your approach to time - to be a happier person.

Indian universities must have faculty for Thinking

Indian Universities must have a
separate faculty for `Thinking` and it should be taught as a
distinct subject, a leading world authority in developing
creative thinking techniques and tools said on Thursday.

Thinking about a crisis helps brain respond efficiently

Imagining stressful situations gives confidence to survive them.