How Does the Brain Make Memories?
A new study identifies neurons that separate experiences into segments that can be recalled at a later time. In a study led by Cedars-Sinai, researchers have discovered two types of brain cells that play a key role in dividing continuous human experience into distinct segments that can be recalled later. The discovery provides new promise as a path toward development of novel treatments for memory disorders such as dementia and Alzheimer’s disease.
Are Pandemic-Related Stressors Impacting Uninfected People’s Brain Health?
A new study reveals that living through the COVID-19 pandemic may trigger brain inflammation that contributes to fatigue, concentration difficulties, and depression.
People Who Conceal Information in Their Day-To-Day Lives Are More Willing to Form Online Relationships
Study Clarifies the Importance of Agreeableness for General Life Success
Following a major study of the effects of personality on job performance, researchers zoomed in on one personality trait – agreeableness – and found that it has a desirable effect on hundreds of physical, psychological and occupational metrics that impact not only job performance but general life success.