Imitation is a cognitive skill that human beings seem to master at remarkable ease. It is an important mechanism in social learning. Even newborn babies imitate. But do they really? Continue reading Imitation in Infants: Innate or Learned?
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
We consider wisdom to be the pinnacle of human cognition. So why does cognitive neuroscience have such a difficult time characterising what makes us wise? Continue reading No Neuroscience of Wisdom: Time to wise up?