A researcher explains how to control your subconscious.
Excerpt: Mind Fixers
And how AI could help them do it even better.
It's about brains, not brawn.
Seeing isn't believing.
Mistakes help rhythm to emerge from randomness
The new fossil is intriguing, but paleontologists have better ways of judging a dinosaur's smarts
To study how his brain analyzes different songs. And because they could.
Practice with close friends only
A new study found cognitively impaired former football players aren't much different from non-players with cognitive impairments.
Also, crows are scared of Dick Cheney. Told you they were smart
A group of neuroscientists are using new technology to understand how the brain performs under the influence of drugs
Want to keep pace with the competition? Forget coffeeâ€”a new class of FDA-approved stimulants will keep you working harder, better, faster and stronger
Your Ampakine-enhanced future is at least a few years off. For now, these "smart drugs" may be your best bet
A new understanding of brain chemistry could usher in an age of biologically enhanced humans
Sometimes our biggest fear is not knowing what to fear most. Fortunately, the weird science of risk analysis can teach us to judge better and fear smarter
At the "brain spa" of the future, transcranial magnetic stimulation and memory-enhancing drugs will clear your mind of forgetfulness and flabby thinking.
A brain-building diet menu
If eyewitness memories are missing, the brain makes them up, and scanning technology has a hard time telling real from fake.
Understanding risk begins with clear language about numbers.
Animal psychologist Irene Pepperberg is working to bring her feathered friends into the digital age.
Child development: Down's kids learn to just do it.