Findings from a recent brain study suggest that the teens' selfishness links to their ability to learn faster than adults.
Sleep changes associated with fetal alcohol exposure may explain learning and mood problems, according to recent findings published in the journal Neuroscience.
Previous studies have shown that mental and physical activity can help delay symptoms relating to Alzheimer's disease in some patients. However, new findings published in Neurology show that mental activities, in particular, do not change the underlying disease in the brains of most individuals who ...
The company Lumosity, an online tool created by scientists that allegedly helped nourish the brain and protect it from "decline and deterioration" paid $2 million to the Federal Trade Commission (FTC) for their misleading statements regarding the effects on their products.
How do toys impact that learning and language skills of your child?
Being too focused on a task can make you "temporarily deaf," according to a recent study.
Researchers have found that crows may also display a type of social learning.
Go ahead. Make mistakes. Why? Because they can actually be rewarding, and science proves it.
Practice doesn't always make perfect. Scientists have found that there's more to it than that, and a new study reveals what parts of the brain account for individual talent and what parts of the brain are activated through training.
New findings published in the journal Cognition show that children can actually do a bit of picking and choosing when it comes to deciding what they want to learn.
It turns out that social interaction may be best for teaching babies a second language.