New research sheds light into the effects of perception about levels of physical activity and mortality outcomes. They found that more positive perceptions of physical activity even if you are not very active could lead to more positive health outcomes.
Healthy Living/Wellness July 21, 2017
2017 is a good year for horror video games. Here is a list of seven horror games slated for release this year.
Video Games February 19, 2017
New research has shown that approximately two in every 100 people suffer from mirror-touch synesthesia. The condition involves a phantom feeling of being touched when exposed to a visual stimulus where someone is being touched.
Neuroscience February 9, 2017
Six-year-old girls are less likely than boys to believe their gender is poised for brilliance, and they instead tend to veer away from activities that require those smarts. These are some findings of a new study that probes how far back those gender perceptions set in.
Healthy Living/Wellness January 27, 2017
People are often judged in relation to others. In terms of attractiveness though, researchers have found that how people see you will depend on who you’re with.
Life & Style October 3, 2016
Researchers were able to develop a mind-reading computer program that accurately and rapidly knows what people are thinking. By decoding brain signals, the program was able to predict thoughts almost instantly.
LIFE January 31, 2016
Concentrating on a demanding visual task can make a person momentarily deaf, as revealed in a new UK study. Researchers at the University College London called this deficit "inattentional deafness."
LIFE December 9, 2015
Horror games are about making players feel weak...and it's hard to feel weaker than when you can't see. That's the idea behind 'Perception,' a new horror game from the team behind 'Bioshock' and 'Dead Space.'
Geek May 26, 2015
Researchers have mapped data on the attitudes of Americans concerning global warming. About 63 percent of Americans think that global warming is occurring.
Earth/Environment April 21, 2015
Uber isn't a startup anymore, but it's not far from one either, says Uber CEO Travis Kalanick. Uber has to maintain its scrappy mentality to continue to grow, says Kalanick.
Business September 8, 2014