Latest cognition News

How newborn chicks are helping to settle a centuries-old debate about cognition and our senses
Are young people smarter than older adults? My research shows cognitive differences between generations are diminishing
Which therapy works best to treat prolonged grief disorder?
Ageing In Transforming World
Sex differences don’t disappear as a country’s equality develops – sometimes they become stronger
Plastic fantastic or nature-based playgrounds: Which is best for children’s development?
Gunnar Bjursell awarded for his research on the importance of culture
World Breathing Day April 11
Loneliness can kill, and new research shows middle-aged Americans are particularly vulnerable
Ultrasound therapy shows promise as a treatment for Alzheimer’s disease
Mind Prize awarded to neuroscientist Antonio Fernandez-Ruiz
Upholding healthcare standards during hospitalisation for people with dementia
Upholding Healthcare Standards following Hospitalisation for People with Dementia
Generative AI could leave users holding the bag for copyright violations
The middle-aged brain changes a lot – and it’s key to understanding dementia
Health outcomes for Long COVID are comparable with ME/CFS
The surprising key to magpie intelligence: it’s not genetic
Newest Dementia Australia Honorary Medical Advisor promotes dementia-specific tools for GPs
Intuition is the secret to great acting and many other skills – here’s how to train it
Psychology Researchers Expand Reach With New Solution
Studying Neuronal Activity In Real-time
Cognitive Impairment Varies Significantly Among Individuals with Newly Diagnosed Psychosis
Exploring the gut-brain connection in treatment-resistant schizophrenia
New figures show dementia prevalence to almost double over 30 years
Nature vs nurture: shedding light on heritable brain activity
Huntington’s disease families may benefit from a high-fibre diet
Collaborating on next generation of AI
Neuren Pharmaceuticals announces top-line results of Phase 2 NNZ-2591 trial
Do dog ‘talking buttons’ actually work? Does my dog understand me? Here’s what the science says
Super-ageing: defining exceptional cognitive ability in late-life
What happens to teeth as you age? And how can you extend the life of your smile?
BrainTrack receives international recognition
Are our accessible bathrooms inaccessible to people in wheelchairs?
Glial Tone of Aggression
How to protect newborn brain
Sleep length and shift work send blood pressure rising
Dementia is Not Just About Memory Loss
What is herbal medicine and how can benefits help me
Ruffled feathers: The impact of man-made noise on magpie behaviour
Decision-making mechanisms go awry in OCD brains: study
Best team player: robot or human?
AI is closer than ever to passing the Turing test for ‘intelligence’. What happens when it does?
Menstrual rhythm of brain
Organisms without brains can learn, too – so what does it mean to be a thinking creature?
Beacon in brain fog
Study finds how some ion channels form structures permitting drug delivery
‘BrainTrack’ and ‘Talk with Ted’ technology solutions win major awards
How ‘dad jokes’ prepare your kids for a lifetime of embarrassment, according to psychology