How Exercise Could Lead to a Better Brain
The New York Times: The value of mental-training games may be speculative, as Dan Hurley writes in his article on the quest to make ourselves smarter, but there is another, easy-to-achieve, scientifically proven way to
El cansancio y los encuentros agresivos afectan la memoria de los policías
CNN Mexico: Los oficiales de policía que tienen al menos 60 segundos de actividad física intensa durante un encuentro combativo pueden sufrir pérdida de memoria, según un estudio publicado en la revista Psychological Science. Los
I Think, Therefore I Exercise: Philosophy and Health
Researchers investigate how dualists, who view the body as separate and independent from the mind, tend to see their bodies and, specifically, their fitness and health.
How to Love Your Body
In case you missed it, the cameras were rolling at the APS 23rd Annual Convention in Washington, DC. Watch Kaitlin K. Meyer from Northwestern University present her poster session research on “What You Love About
How Well Do We Really Remember A Crime Scene?
Smithsonian: Imagine that, upon arriving home one day, you spot someone trying to break into your house. When you shout, the thief suddenly flees. Being the vigilante type, you decide to pursue him, racing down
Today in Research: Memory Loss in Combat
The Atlantic: That’s a single minute. Or, in other words, a very short amount of time. Think of all the many minutes soldiers or police officers spend using “physical exertion in a threatening situation,” as