Speaking a second or even a third language can bring obvious advantages, but occasionally the words, grammar and even accents can get mixed up. This can reveal surprising things about how our brains work.
The grueling cost of leg lengthening, a curfew for your cat, and the questionable permanence of permafrost.
An excerpt from “Beyond the Self: Conversations between Buddhism and Neuroscience.”
As tasks mount up, our brain’s ability to juggle goes down. Neuroergonomic tactics can relieve the cognitive burden.
When the brain encodes memories as positive or negative, one molecule determines which way they will go.