Do people think that you are just too trusting of others and call you naive? Well maybe you're just smart. Recent research has found a positive correlation between intelligence and trust. Plainly put, intelligent people are more trusting of others. The study used two … [Read more...] about Intelligent People Are More Trusting of Others
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The eye is for more than just seeing. Science believes that the eye also has a photoreceptor used to regulate our bodies. Science has known that short-wave lights (also known as blue lights) regulates our biological clocks and our emotions. In fact, many mood disorders have … [Read more...] about Artificial Blue Light Can Improve Attention and Alertness
This blog has written numerous times about the importance of acute stress for increased mental performance (such as here, here, and here). But once stress becomes long-term and chronic, it becomes a hindrance. But more than that, it can lead to mental illness. Scientists have … [Read more...] about New Findings on How Chronic Stress Can Cause Mental Illnesses
For those that are trying to figure out a scientifically verified way to improve intelligence and brain function, will be glad to know that several studies rally for the mind-improving benefits of Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation, known to many as tDCS. Although the … [Read more...] about Improve Your Brain Power Using Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation
Have you ever noticed how you have the uncanny ability to wake up from your nap right before getting off the bus or train stop, just in time to get to work? This is pretty similar to the phenomenon many of us experience---waking up right before the alarm clock goes off in the … [Read more...] about Why Do We Wake Up Before Getting to Our Bus or Train Stop?