A study has provided a new insight into how bats focus on their targets such as bugs through the trees in the dark of night.
Frequent marijuana use among teenagers can lead to cognitive decline, poor attention and memory and decreased intelligence quotient (IQ), psychologists warn.
In what could open a new chapter in the development of drugs for treating Alzheimer`s disease, for which currently there is no cure, researchers have discovered a new therapeutic target for tackling memory impairment.
Scientists have found that the human brain has been shrinking for the past 20,000 years, and we have lost roughly a tennis ball`s worth of neurons in volume, possibly as a result of `domestication`.
A new study has revealed that being bilingual allows to keep the brain sharp.
Why humans are far more intelligent than their closest living relatives like monkeys and apes may be because our ancestors swapped brains for brawn, a study has suggested.
A new study has revealed that the physiological signature of schizophrenia lies in the measurable proteins in brains.
A new brain imaging study has found that our brains are hardwired to stop us from drinking more water than necessary.
Researchers have said that industrial chemicals, heavy metals and pesticides are derailing normal brain development and robbing kids and society of dollars, IQ points and future potential.
A new study has revealed that that human may be hard-wired to enjoy the peace in the countryside and confused in cities- even if they were born and raised in an urban area.
A new study has suggested when to-be-moms exercised for three 20-minute sessions a week; their babies` brains showed more mature patterns of activity.
Monkeys were able to control the movement of both arms on an avatar using just their brain activity, a new study has suggested.
Some non-avian dinosaurs evolved the brainpower necessary to fly before they actually took to the air as birds, a new study has revealed.
Empathy can trick the smartest of brains into being fooled by a swindler, says a new US research.
You are more likely to mess up when you are multitasking, according to a new study by Michigan State University psychology researchers.
Scientists have claimed that the desire to share intimate pictures with others may actually not be their fault -- it could be hardwired into their brains.
Scientists have devised a new test which they claim could help identify people who are at risk of developing Alzheimer`s.
Now, researchers have unearthed new molecular evidence that explains just how the brain is spared.
We have larger brains and live longer than our closest relatives, the chimpanzees, but these advantages come at a cost.
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