A large scale SPECT imaging study reveals women’s brains are significantly more active in more regions than males, including the prefronal cortex and limbic areas. Visual and areas associated with coordination were more active in males, researchers noted.
According to a new Journal of Neuroscience study, strong structural connectivity between the rostrolateral prefrontal cortex and inferior parietal lobe in young children is associated with improved reasoning in adulthood.
Our hearts have nothing to do with the feeling of ‘being in love’. It’s only a chemical reaction of the brain.
“In this article, we gather ecological theories and empirical data from a variety of related fields in an attempt to create a unified model of how humans predict, respond to, control and learn about danger. We will discuss hierarchical theories of threat, how these hierarchies are represented within a global neural architecture, and present evidence […]
Looking at how we can use neuroscience research to boost our creativity
Most believe that decisions are based on personality. Modern psychology suggests mental modules created through evolution and triggered by the situation are much more responsible.