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According to the figures presented here, literacy rates across the US are not of the most promising and the inefficiency of education system to adopt a more flexible approach to teaching methods is largely pointed out.
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Genetics define what color our hair is as well as other physical characteristics. A growing body of scientists suggests that there is strong relation between drug addiction and heredity through genes. Do you find it rational?
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Don’t worry about feeling nervous before your first date, that’s really normal. However, if you want to change it, here are some tips.
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Studies show that job stress kills both creativity and mental ability in problem solving and that adds up to billion of dollars loss for businesses annually. See what measures can be taken both from individuals and companies in order to eliminate stress effects and receive common benefits.
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The truth is the psychologists have not managed to delve into the mechanism that begets the feeling of disappointment. However, here you find what is known so far and some techniques that will help you deal with this situation.
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Did you know that your college major preference says a lot about your brain and specifically your IQ? This graphic shows some of the most common majors with the average graduates’ IQ attached and grouped by the hemisphere side they mostly relate to.
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Neuroscientists have reached such level of knowledge that they can adequately decipher the inner workings of the brain that drive our emotions and the sequence of our reactions. See what happens inside.
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Common perception associates love with heart. But love is actually hitting our brain before making our heart beating like a hammer. Asap Science presents the biological background of love in an effort to explain the unexplained.
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Have you ever wondered why we like music, what happens when sound enters our ears or how our emotions are getting stimulated by harmonies? University of Florida gives us the scientific approach of how human brain responses to music, how music affects our psychology and how music can subserve educational achievements.
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This graph depicts the scientifc approach that concludes to the notion that raw food could not contribute to the considerable human body and brain growth due to time and energy requirement barriers. In brief our ancestors needed more food and energy in less time to make us happen. Thus the invention of cooked food paved the path for differentiation from our close primitive ancestors – Gorillas.
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Could you stand a life without Google? Obviously the intertnet giant has slipped into various aspects of our online activity with its numerous verticals. Some voices allege that the Google empire debilitates our mental abilities. Read the reasoning and the opposings.
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Is that possible? Yes you can train your brain do lucid dreaming and take control of your dreams. But you need to be aware of the sleep timing patterns. Start practicing.
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Gone with the wind! Drinkers go through the same biological process till they hit high intoxication scores. “Com’on treat me a shot!”
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A very comprehensive report on internet addiction, its symptoms and its share in gradual degradation of our mental health. Internet addiction is about to be classified as real psychological disorder by many countries. Find also some treatment recommendations at the bottom.
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This report unveils the mystery behind addiction symptoms met with extreme sports. Scientists found a relation with fear and specifically the body chemicals and hormones released under this condition. See what drives risk-takers and how repeated challenge progresses extreme sports.
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Peekabooooooo. Can you recognize the signs of a smart baby? Is that exclusively upon genetics and natural selection or are there opportunities for parents to comfort brain development? You can learn more on the following report by Teacher Portal.
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All about learning on the go. A tablet layout presentation of the most intriguing iOS mobile apps you can use for brain-training, memory retention, general and special knowledge or just for improving productivity.
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Are you striving more and more to recall knowledge and facts? Memory is a complicated issue and you should consider the scientific justification named “Forgetting Curve”.
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An interesting report from Onlinecollege.org that adds up the notion that multitasking is not equivalent to productivity.