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.
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.
Flattening the quality of life curve? A prospective person-centred study from Norway amid COVID-19
June 7, 2022
We examined multidimensional, heterogeneous reactions to the COVID-19 pandemic and associated measures to provide further insights into the developmental processes of risk and adaptation.
The Science of Lie Detection by Verbal Cues: What Are the Prospects for Its Practical Applicability?
May 23, 2022
There is agreement among researchers that no simple verbal cues to deception detectable by humans have been demonstrated.