It's the age-old stereotype, but is there any fact in it?
As we get older, is there anything we can do to help maintain our cognitive skills?
Can we use neuroscience to peer inside the brain?
...and if so, why?
And if so, would this mean there's no such thing as free will?
When you're frightened, does the decision area of the brain 'switch off', and what might be the...
What sort of traits do they have and what's happening in the brain?
The strange phenomenon whereby many misremember an event. But what's the science behind it?
What causes sleepwalking and is there anything that can be done to prevent this strange nocturnal behaviour?
Why does a major keen sound happy and a minor key sound
Can cheese give you nightmares?