The more irregular noises you hear in the background, the harder your brain has to work to direct your attention to what is important. It does this by learning to anticipate the unforeseen.
New research at the Department of Psychology has revealed a dramatic increase in loneliness and symptoms of anxiety and depression as a result of the pandemic restrictions. Women and young people are the hardest hit.
Cathrine Thorleifsson, who is conducting research on the far right at the Centre for Research on Extremism (C-REX) believes that old hatreds could resurface during the coronavirus pandemic.
Cardiometabolic risk factors associated with brain age and accelerate brain ageing
The structure and integrity of the ageing brain is interchangeably linked to physical health, and cardiometabolic risk factors (CMRs) are associated with dementia and other brain disorders.
Organising and Governing Governmental Institutions
Jarle Trondal has published a new book together with Rómulo Pinheiro.
Camelia Dewan: "Embanking the Sundarbans: The Obfuscating Discourse of Climate Change"
In this chapter of THE ANTHROPOSCENE OF WEATHER AND CLIMATE Camelia Dewan combines long-term ethnographic fieldwork and archival research to complicate current discussions of floods as a problem for Bangladesh.
Manjana Milkoreit: "Social tipping processes towards climate action: A conceptual framework"
In this article published in Ecological Economics, Manjana Milkoreit and her co-authors develop a framework to identify and characterize social tipping processes critical to facilitating rapid social transformations.