Highlights


'Could Proficiency in Two or More Languages Improve Brain Function?'

It is widely believed that active thinkers have better opportunities to maintain good brain health over time. People who keep their minds engaged in recent issues, keep good communication channels with others, have good nutrition, leisure habits, level of education, and keep learning throughout their time. Besides this, could being bilingual have a good effect on brain health and slow down brain aging? That is what a recent study from HSE University in Russia and North Umbria University in the UK has investigated.

'How Could Smart Not Mean SMART?'

Setting goals is the one sure way to get to what you want, even if it is difficult and requires strenuous effort. However, just as goals differ in their specification, they differ in achievability, which is determined by the framework they are set within.

'How Could Accidental Slipping Help Improve Motor Learning?'

Learning is not only about acquiring knowledge and new information, avoiding mistakes that can cause harm is another key factor, and this works for both cognitive and motor learning. So, while a piece of information about scientific equations would guarantee you a good result in science, slipping or stumbling could help improve and prolong motor learning, according to a new study recently published in eNeuro.

'Methods and Types of Science Communication'

People, since a very young age, tend to watch, listen, and analyze everything around them. Seeking knowledge has never been limited to some people; it is embedded in all of us. Since scientific knowledge explains most of the events and phenomena happening around us, the importance of its acquisition has become a must.