A walk-through the world of decision making under risk. Continue reading Why do we fear terror?
Following the civil war in Syria, Europe has granted asylum to thousands of refugees in 2015 and 2016. Teaching the local language to the newly arrived is an important key element to achieve a successful integration. Let’s examine science behind it! Continue reading How to Learn “Alienese”?
How do we see humanness in others, and why do we dehumanise? Continue reading Notpeople, blobfish and emotional desk lamps
Most entitlement accusations are aimed at the most vulnerable members of society, but a quick look at behavioral studies shows just how wrong this is. Continue reading Debunking the myth of lower class entitlement
Even though we are shunned from all external inputs during sleep, we are able to experience complex and sometimes even bizarre dream worlds. How does the brain accomplish this extraordinary feat? Continue reading How Our Brains Dream
Are hallucination an infallible sign of psychosis? Not quite. Let’s have a look at this fascinating phenomenon which is more common than thought. Continue reading The Hallucinating Brain
Psychopaths wake the morbid curiosity within us, don’t they? Let’s explore some brain correlates of psychopathy, reflect upon some clinical difficulties and try to change our perspective about whose “fault” psychopathy is! Continue reading Psychopathy: evidence that it is easier to build strong children than to repair broken men
Have you ever wondered how do neuroscientist and neurosurgeons stimulate human brain? Let’s explore fascinating topic of deep brain stimulation… Continue reading The neuroscience of tomorrow – reaching the brain from the outside
Recent findings reveal the causes of infantile amnesia. Do you remember how you learned to walk or speak? Do you have any memories about experiences before the age of three at all? No? Don’t worry, this phenomenon applies to all of us and is known as infantile amnesia. Infantile amnesia refers to the inability of adults to recall memories of early childhood. This fact seems … Continue reading Blanks for the memories: Why we can’t remember our first years of life.
To read this post in English please click here. La Neurodidáctica y la Neuroeducación, ¿un aula basado en el cerebro? Cuando pienso en un “aula basada en el cerebro” me imagino una escena como ésta: ¿Qué te transmite la imagen? ¿Te gustaría que un aula fuera así? Para cualquier especialista en el ámbito de la enseñanza y el aprendizaje, la escena futurista del “Brain-Based Classroom” … Continue reading Neurociencia y Educación: ¿mundos ajenos?