In order to comprehend the continuous stream of cacophonies and visual stimulation that battle for our attention, humans will breakdown… More
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New Research Shows Children Less Prone to False Memories than Adults, Challenging Assumptions About Eyewitness Testimony.
In the 1980’s, a spate of high profile child abuse convictions gave way to heightened concern about false memory reports… More
New research from Columbia’s Primate Cognition Laboratory has demonstrated for the first time that monkeys could acquire meta-cognitive skills: the… More
Most people want to be normal. So, when we are given information that underscores our deviancy, the natural impulse is… More
There is broad consensus today that personality traits are best described by the “Big Five”: Extraversion, agreeableness, conscientiousness, emotional stability… More
Research conducted at the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs proves not everything goes downhill when it comes to aging… More