psychology Tag

Our 7th Annual Neuroscience Virtual Event was held on March 13-14 and was a huge success. Joshua Gordon, MD, PhD, Director of the National Institute of Mental Health, opened the event with his keynote address detailing some of the challenges and opportunities in mental health research. He provided an update for the NIH’s Brain Research...

Those drawings your preschooler did that are hanging on the refrigerator may predict how many A’s might appear on his or her middle school report card. A study published in Psychological Science found that the accuracy of a child’s observational skills as demonstrated by their drawings is tied directly to their level of intelligence in...

An article reporting the results of a study focusing on how the brain works made science news this month, when researchers found that the human brain has the capacity to process and understand things that we see, without being consciously aware of them. The article was printed in the science journal Psychological Science, detailing how...