Do babies feel pain? Would you know if a baby was feeling pain? It’s easy to think that perceiving infants’ pains would be obvious, but a growing body of research […]
“Don’t ask the barber if you need a haircut—and don’t ask an academic if what he does is relevant”7. It is a primary aim of research to tackle questions that […]
With headphones stunting music’s ability to convey our mood and emotion to others are we less tuned in to the feelings of others, and more focused on the self?
Speaking at our PsyNAppS meeting, Dr. Hannah Maslen, a Post-doctoral Research Fellow on Ethics at the Oxford Martin School suggests that neuroscientific research could offer important contributions towards addressing questions regarding cognitive enhancing drugs in policy-making.
“Why don’t we start by coming into the feeling of your body? Just have a sense of ‘here I am’. Start with your feet, yes, just your feet on the ground.” Chris Cullen talks to PsyNAppS about mindfulness, its applications and what it involves.
There are currently 800,000 people in the UK with late onset dementia. In 10 years time, there will be over 1,000,000.
Numerous abilities may be affected with cognitive decline, from social functioning to attention. But how are we assessing this cognitive decline?
You have more potential for entrepreneurship than you think.
When people are in a bad mood, they really, really don’t like cheerful advertisements.