New research is unraveling how and why the elderly “choose happiness”
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It takes a lot of brain power – and many parts of the brain - to fully give thanks.
Some say not much, but new research sheds light on the uniqueness of the human brain
A range of mutations—common, rare, inherited and spontaneous—in more than 70 different genes are now linked to the disorder
From the psychology of violent extremism to cracking encrypted communications, counterterrorism efforts rely on the latest scientific research
New research finds that heterosexual people with pathological personalities have better success finding mates
Recall can improve for events that seemed forgettable but later gained significance
New research suggests hallucinations can occur in relatively healthy people
A colorful technique is shedding light on the function and development of neural circuits