Introverts Who Pretend To Be Extroverts Report Being HappierNews
If you are an introvert, force yourself to be an extravert. You’ll be happier. That’s the suggestion of the first-ever study asking people to act like extraverts for a prolonged period. For one week, the 123 participants were asked to – in some cases – push the boundaries of their willingness to engage, by acting as extraverts.Read more
The Marketplace in Our BrainNews
A new study has found that bidding in a competitive market, our brains use a special type of heuristic to adjust the price depending on the success of previous attempts to buy goods. Moreover, this learning mechanism involves not only the cerebral cortex, but the evolutionary ancient brain area of the striatum.
Don’t Make Important Decisions on an Empty StomachNews
We all know that food shopping when hungry is a bad idea but new research suggests that people might want to avoid making any important decisions about the future on an empty stomach.Read more
A New Piece of the Alzheimer's PuzzleNews
Two years after discovering a way to neutralize a rogue protein linked to Alzheimer's disease, University of Alberta Distinguished University Professor and neurologist Jack Jhamandas has found a new piece of the Alzheimer's puzzle, bringing him closer to a treatment for the disease.
Anti-inflammatory Drugs Resurrected To Fight Chronic PainArticle
Failed drugs often are left on the shelf to gather dust. But sometimes, drugs can be dusted down and repurposed. That’s exactly the route that Katexco Pharmaceuticals has taken with its new immune system-targeting compounds, part of a new life sciences company that aims to target everything from multiple sclerosis to chronic pain.Read more
UK BioBank Project Is Taken to the Next Level by Sequencing 500,000 GenomesArticle
In a bid to push personalized medicine forward, an ambitious ground-breaking £200 million project will see the 500,000 BioBank participants' whole genomes sequenced.Read more
BNA Interview Series: A Closer Look at Autism Spectrum Disorder With Professor Uta FrithArticle
At the British Neuroscience Association (BNA)’s Festival of Neuroscience , we sat down with some influential neuroscientists to discuss their work. Here, we interview University College London Professor Uta Frith on her pioneering work into the neurodevelopmental condition autism spectrum disorder.
Why Neuralink's Implants Are an Essential Step in MedTech InnovationArticle
Elon Musk has never been afraid to push the envelope when working towards a more innovative future. One of Musk's latest projects, called Neuralink, wants to help people interact with computers by using their minds. Here, we take a look at Musk's claims that Neuralink will bring brain-machine interfaces to the public.
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