Perhaps we trust our bodies too much. Our brains and senses fool us on almost a daily basis. Here’s how.
Even healthy people hallucinate, reports a new study. We think we see things based on our prior experiences.
Justice may be hard-wired into our brains, but researchers have found a way to short circuit it.
When exposed to food, brain activity in obese people mirrors that of drug addicts and alcoholics.
Whenever a future leader speaks, group engagement, measured in brainwaves, goes through the roof.
Kids who are bullied are more likely than those who are mistreated by adults to suffer from mental health issues, a new study finds. Continue reading →
More support for a psychological basis of near-death experiences comes from a new study involving cardiac arrest in rats. Continue reading →
The brain, it turns out, is responsible for stopping the heart and not vice versa, a new study finds. Continue reading →
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