Scientists have recently combined biology and technology to create a cellar model that exhibits intelligence.
Being able to see what our brain does when we don’t feel so well shows promising results in treating depression and anxiety. How does this treatment tool called neurofeedback work and why is it even more useful in the post-COVID-19 era?
“[Oh] the giftie gie us; To see oursels as ithers see us”. As social creatures, we navigate life constantly guessing at the thoughts of others, often even coming to feel as others feel. But how does this actually work? Join Hazel as she untangles recent psychological theories in the exciting world of empathy.
During my visit home to the States last month, I experienced amusing linguistic slip-ups. My mother is a native Vietnamese speaker, and every time one of her friends tried to make conversation with...
Anxiety is a feeling of distress or uneasiness that everyone experiences from time to time. The feeling is your brain’s normal response to stress, uncertainty, or fear of danger. The short-term response stems...
Recordings of a dying brain give a glimpse of what we experience during our last moments.
Ameerah Gardee takes you on a tour of the brain – what it’s made of, how it’s made and some of the things it can do
Jack Craig explores the link between keeping fit and staying sharp.