Play Piano for Brain Health — Because It’s Not Too Late To Learn and It Slows Cognitive Decline
Learning new skills as an adult can be difficult. We’ve established our habits and routines. Old dogs, new tricks, et cetera. As a child, your day was planned out, and you didn’t have as many
Why Dates and Times Seem to Lose Their Meaning
The dates on the calendar and the time on a clock are some of the most ubiquitous and easily understood numbers in our lives. And yet over the past two years, many Americans have felt
Science in Service: Applying Psychological Science in the U.S. Air Force
William Aue applies psychological science to his research at the Air Force Research Laboratory at Write-Patterson Air Force Base.
2022 Spence Award Mini Episode: Oriel FeldmanHall on Investigating Complex Brain Processes
Under the Cortex talks with 2022 Spence Award winner Oriel FeldmanHall.
They Never Forget a Face. Research Delves into How ‘Super-Recognizers’ Can Do This.
Super-recognizers never forget a face. They need to focus on it only once to instantly recognize it again, even if they encounter it years later, and sometimes even if they see only one feature, such
Mimes Get Us to “See” Things That aren’t There
To explore how the mind processes the objects mimes seem to interact with, researchers brought the art of miming into the lab, concluding that invisible, implied surfaces are represented rapidly and automatically. The work appears