Tag Archives: Cognition

20Jul/23

How having five friends boosts the adolescent brain – and educational performance<

Barbara Jacquelyn Sahakian, University of Cambridge; Christelle Langley, University of Cambridge; Chun Shen, Fudan University, and Jianfeng Feng, Fudan University

As most parents of teenagers are acutely aware, there comes a time when children start prioritising their friends over their parents. While young children rely on their parents for social interactions and influences, there’s a notable switch during adolescence, where the influence from peers and friends becomes more important.

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14May/23

Hackers are just like anyone else

May 14, 2023 /Developers/ — There is no evidence to suggest that high IQ people are more likely to be dangerous or to have mental issues. In fact, studies have shown that people with high IQs are actually less likely to commit crimes or to have mental health problems. Continue reading

21Feb/23

How your brain decides what to think

Valerie van Mulukom, Coventry University

You’re sitting on the plane, staring out of the window at the clouds and all of a sudden, you think back to how a few months ago, you had a heart-to-heart with a good colleague about the pressure you experience at work. How do thoughts seemingly completely unrelated to the present pop into our heads? Why do we remember certain things and not others? Why does our mind go off on tangents and why do we have daydreams?

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06Nov/22

Tutors International Announces its Collaboration with Kabuni, the Revolutionary Metaverse Education Platform for Children

Adam Caller, education consultant, CEO and founder of elite private tutoring company, Tutors International, is excited to announce his company’s recent collaboration with immersive technology experts, Kabuni Metaverse. Continue reading

07Oct/22

Art of the Workplace Report commissioned by Brookfield Properties and The School of Life – Latest research reveals positive impact arts and culture have on worker creativity, engagement and mental wellbeing

Ahead of WHO World Mental Health Day (10 October), new research evidences for the first time since the pandemic the positive benefits of arts and culture in the workplace for office workers’ wellbeing, creativity and connectivity. The Art of the Workplace Report reveals what makes offices nationwide happier places to work and the importance of wellbeing in the workplace – including enlightening insights on what motivates younger employees. Continue reading