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.
Loneliness in adolescence affects future income, pioneering Norwegian study finds.
Parts of the brain decline faster from age 30. These brain changes are accelerated in people with Alzheimer’s disease.
Key findings of Lifebrain published
June 20, 2022
A central aim of the Lifebrain consortium is to optimize the use of European brain imaging cohorts, by enabling their combined use in research, and to reveal consistency as well as heterogeneity of factors related to brain and cognition.
The Lifebrain findings provide support for some established associations, but also challenge some tenets of lifespan cognitive neuroscience.
Course development support to promote interdisciplinary education
May 31, 2022
UiO:Life Science established in 2021 a support scheme for interdisciplinary life science courses. Departments and faculties at the University of Oslo are eligible to apply. The scheme has an no deadline, applications can be submitted at any time.
Covert therapeutic micro-processes in non-recovered eating disorders with childhood trauma: an interpersonal process recall study
June 20, 2022
To uncover therapeutic micro-processes from the perspectives of eating disorder (ED) treatment non-responders with childhood trauma (CT) late effects, we explored in-session experiences of poor long-term outcome patients.
Evidence for widespread alterations in cortical microstructure after 32 h of sleep deprivation
June 13, 2022
Cortical microstructure is influenced by circadian rhythm and sleep deprivation, yet the precise underpinnings of these effects remain unclear.