Neuropsychology

Can music delay dementia? What new study says

CBS News: Are flats and sharps the keys to mental sharpness? Preliminary research now links music lessons in childhood to greater mental acuity decades down the road. For a study published in the journal Neuropsychology, researchers recruited 70 healthy adults between 60 and 83 years of age and divided them More

Federation of the European Societies of Neuropsychology

The Federation of the European Societies of Neuropsychology (ESN) was officially launched in Edinburgh, United Kingdom, in September 2008. However, preparatory meetings had been held in Modena, Italy, in 2004 and Toulouse, France, in 2006. The ESN Federation sprang from the need to fight parochialism in neuropsychology. Historically, most European More

Seeing Science From Trunk to Tail

The third part of an occasional series profiling big psychology grants travels to Chicago’s Center for Advanced Research in Behavioral Neurobiology, where researchers are working to integrate the vast knowledge of behavior into a bigger picture. The 19th century lawyer and poet John Godfrey Saxe told a tale of six More