Eduard Punset was optimism, was curious and was passion for knowledge. Few scientific disseminators likewise spread us the desire to learn, to immerse ourselves in the field of psychology, astronomy, anthropology, etc. Today we say goodbye to him.
A theory about the hierarchical structure of intelligence based on the works of Spearman.
An asteroid approaches the earth at great speed. NASA and the European Space Agency have in their hands the possibility of avoiding thousands of deaths thanks to the so-called Mission AIDA, but do you know what it is and what is it?
The Klüver-Bucy syndrome is a striking example of the importance of the amygdala and temporal lobe in behavior. In the current article we will review the consequences of its alteration and the possible causes.
Many of us find it difficult to start the day without our first morning coffee; The effect of caffeine on the brain seems to give us that extra energy we need to get into action. But is this a negative cost to our body? Or maybe caffeine has more benefits than we think?
Walter C. Langer was the psychoanalyst who was commissioned to develop the psychological profile of Adolf Hitler. The work of this psychologist from Harvard University was key to predict certain facts of the führer that later ended up being fulfilled.
Neuroaesthetics bridges two fascinating branches of knowledge, such as neurology and art. In this article we delve into this relationship, trying to understand, for example, why we are attracted to certain objects or faces.
How does language learning affect our brain? His knowledge opens doors for us in the world of work; however, how it affects us at the level of cognitive performance. In this article we will delve into the subject.
The opposite of depression is not joy or happiness, it is the will to live. Because the person with depression does not feel only sadness, what they perceive is being trapped in a black hole where light does not enter, nor the desire, nor hope.