Cognitive Dissonance: How Does it Influence How We Think?

 

  Most people try their best to keep their thoughts, perceptions, and beliefs consistent with what they experience on a daily basis. But in today’s […]

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Technology in the classroom

Technology in the Classroom: What Do Teachers Think?

 

  Society is becoming ever more digital and connected. Almost every person interacts with some form of technology throughout the day. Young children are now […]

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The Effects of Video Games: The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

 

  Effects of video games. Growing up, video games were an inescapable part of life and were a large part of development and socialization. Pokemon, which […]

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Alexithymia: Building Relationships Out of Nothing

 

  Understanding and expressing emotions are essential parts of human interaction that unfortunately may be confusing for some people. Alexithymia is characterized by the inability […]

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Cognitive reserve

Cognitive Reserve: What it is, Aging, Alzheimer’s and How To Improve It

 

  We often talk about cognitive reserve when referring to someone who takes care of their brain health, who has the ability to decrease cognitive […]

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Exercises to improve executive function

10 Simple Exercises to Improve Executive Function At Home

 

  Recent studies have been able to shed some light on executive functions, their importance, and how they can be trained. In this article, psychologist […]

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9 Functions of Dopamine That Serve You: What is it and How Does It Affect you?

 

  The functions of dopamine are too many to count. Dopamine is an extremely famous neurotransmitter working in your brain. Whenever you want to learn […]

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Help dyslexic children with the new CogniFit Professional tool.

Help dyslexic children with the new CogniFit Professional tool.

 

  Help dyslexic children with the new CogniFit Professional tool. Peer-reviewed research has shown that cognitive training with CogniFit boosts reading skills in dyslexic students. You can […]

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People's memory for Facebook posts is stronger than memory for human faces

People’s memory for Facebook posts is stronger than memory for human faces

 

  People’s memory for Facebook posts is strikingly stronger than their memory for human faces or sentences from books, according to a new study. Try […]

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The Trouble With Background Noise.

The Trouble With Background Noise

 

  The Trouble With Background Noise. Everyday background noise, whether it is a neighbor’s television or passing aircraft, can have a disruptive effect on people’s […]

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 How the Internet is shaping our “global brain”. The South Africans have a beautiful philosophy called Ubuntu, which translates as “I am what I am […]

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