Neuroscience Definition and History

What is the neuroscience definition? Neuroscience is the scientific study of the nervous system, both in structure and function, from the molecular to the organ level, such as the brain, or even the whole organism. Understanding the relationship between the brain and...

The Creative Brain

From the beginning of the twentieth century, the French psychologist Alfred Binet proposes to take into account the imagination in the evaluation of the intelligence, by elaborating tests where the children can provide several answers to the same question....

The Effects of Tribalism and Group Morality

What are the effects of tribalism and group morality? Think about this: you go into any church in your country and the people there think they are good. And they probably are generally good, but they believe their religion is the reason they are good. And Christians...

Hyperactive Agency Detection

The faith in creator lords is an evolutionary by-product of agent detection and hyperactive agency detection is a pathological upgrade of these acquisitions of evolution. Why Do We See Faces in Toast? Have you ever seen those like pieces of toast that are burnt, and...

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