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14 November 2013 32 View comments Children with televisions, games consoles and mobile phones in their bedrooms suffer anxiety and perform worse at school due to lack of sleep, new research suggests. Having such gadgets in their rooms makes children
Roberto Olivardia, Ph.D, a clinical psychologist and clinical instructor in the department of psychiatry at Harvard Medical School...Now and Not Now . If it is not happening now, the ADD-er will tend to procrastinate until it gets closer to the Now'
Watching the brains of former football players at work on a demanding mental task, researchers believe they have identified an early warning sign of concussions ' cumulative toll, and the cognitive trouble it may portend. The study found only modest
And Mary Jo DiLonardo WebMD Feature Reviewed by Brunilda Nazario, MD Aging is a part of life, but there are plenty of things you can try to help keep your memory sharp...It's one of the best things you can do to help prevent age-related memory loss.
WMC helps people hold more information and access it selectively at any one time, while fluid intelligence is used to gauge relationships, carry out complex reasoning, and solve unfamiliar problems...Some believe that similarities between the two
People routinely encounter familiar components from everyday life in new combinations, such as when a co-worker takes on a new role or a sentence uses a word in a new way. We typically excel at interpreting these new experiences, but researchers do
However, this was apparently big news to the countless medical professionals who weren't taking menopausal women seriously when they were telling them " OMG I can't remember a goddamned f--cking thing anymore!" that they were experiencing memory
People who spend too much time browsing social media could be squandering their memories or losing important information, a new study has warned...Erik Fransen, whose research focuses on short-term memory and ways to treat diseased neurons, said that
the senior brain loses the ability to muiltitask Multi-tasking is the process of trying to complete two or more tasks simultaneously. In our contemporary corporate environment it seems that this ability is highly sought after, if not compulsory.
D video game enhances cognitive control in older adults Washington, Sept. 05 : Specially designed 3-D video game can help improve cognitive performance in healthy older adults...Drivers are instructed to keep an eye out for a specific type of sign,