Why does our tendency to take risks peak in adolescence? When taking a closer look, recklessness in adolescence may be critical for the development of our identity. Continue reading Taking the leap – new perspectives on risk-taking in adolescence
Do you think animal research can be justified? Have you ever argued with someone who didn’t share your opinion and discovered that it was hard to convince that person? It seems there simply is no common ground in this discussion. But why? This article tackles this question from a moral decision-making perspective. Continue reading Discounting our knowledge: Thinking of animal research as moral decision making
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
Tis the season to be jolly! But what about those who can’t just stop at ‘jolly’, and keep drinking to a much darker place? Continue reading Crossing An Invisible Line– When One Is Too Many
Ever wondered what’s going on in the brain of [insert here your favorite artist/idol] while creating a masterpiece? How is it different from us, the envious commoners? When Neuroscience takes a glance at creative flow. Continue reading Go with the flow: Creativity and Improvisation
Did you know it is possible to train your brain while being physically active? Here are multiple reasons from a neuroscientific perspective for why you should exercise regularly! Continue reading Train Your Brain!
Could you imagine that one day, brain scans will be used in court? Well, neuroscientific evidence has already been used in criminal cases for many years. Continue reading Neurolaw: What can neuroscience contribute in court?
We explore our implicit biases, and what we can do to eradicate them. Continue reading Unconscious discrimination
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