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Identifying individuals with attention deficit hyperactivity disorder based on temporal variability of dynamic functional connectivity

1.<p>APA. <i>Diagnostic and statistical manual of mental disorders: DSM-IV-TR</i>., <b>943</b> (Springer, 2000).<p>2.<p>Biederman, J. Attention-deficit/hyperactivity …

Neurology

Modulation of anti-tumor immunity by the brain’s reward system

1.<p>Antoni, M. H. et al. The influence of bio-behavioural factors on tumour biology: pathways and mechanisms. <i>Nat. Rev. Cancer</i> <b>6</b>, 240–248 (2006).<p>2.<p>Chida, …

Neuroscience

Radio host reveals she suffered ‘embarrassing’ exercise-induced orgasm at the gym

Talk about being in the wrong place at the wrong time.<p>Melbourne radio host Polly “PJ” Harding has revealed on her KIIS FM breakfast show that she had …

Finally! Angel Food Cake That Lives Up to Its Name

American desserts don’t have a reputation for understated elegance, yet somehow we managed to invent angel’s food cake, the very portrait of restraint. No butter. No egg yolks. No nuts. No chocolate. Just sweetness and vanilla, magicked into a billowy cloud.<p>Europeans started making sponge cake back …

Ancient stone carvings confirm how comet struck Earth in 10,950BC, sparking the rise of civilisations

Ancient stone carvings confirm that a comet struck the Earth around 11,000BC, a devastating event which wiped out woolly mammoths and sparked the rise of civilisations.<p>Experts at the University of Edinburgh analysed mysterious symbols carved onto stone pillars at Gobekli Tepe in southern Turkey, to …

Who You Should Date Based On Your Myers Briggs (MBTI) Type

Everyone has been through their share of not-so-good relationships. In some cases we find we are repeating the same horrible habits, and just …

Why Each Myers Briggs (MBTI) Stereotype is Actually False

Each type has it’s share of annoying stereotypes. Some of these are honest and fairly adapted, while it seems the most common of these stereotypes …

Psychology

What Each Myers-Briggs Type Is Actually Searching For

Written By Kirsten Moodie<p>Everyone has different goals in life, but those are the things we easily share with others. What we are truly searching for …

Self-improvement

It’s the International Day of Human Space Flight. Here are some of the most beautiful photos taken from space.

TODAY IS THE UN International Day of Human Space Flight. It’s also the 56th anniversary of the first human going into space. On April 12, 1961, …

When Dinosaurs Went Bad

In 1842, English anatomist Richard Owen proposed the term <i>dinosauria</i> for the strange animal fossils he and colleagues had begun to study. Owen drew …

The hard problem of consciousness is a distraction from the real one – Anil K Seth

What is the best way to understand consciousness? In philosophy, centuries-old debates continue to rage over whether the Universe is divided, …

Consciousness

Discovery of biggest exposed fault on Earth solves mystery of how abyss formed

Under the blue waters of Indonesia's Banda Sea lies one of the deepest bodies of water on the planet – the Weber Deep. Measuring 7.2 km (4.47 mi) …

The Lost History of South Africa

Human Journey<p><b>The strange creature is half antelope and half bird.</b><p>Painted in jet black, frozen in flight on the wall, the animal has the hind legs and tail of a buck, and the magnificent wings of a raven that spread out from its shoulders. Above the flying figure, a long scaly reptile with …

The myth of self-control

Psychologists say using willpower to achieve goals is overhyped. Here’s what actually works.<p>As the Bible tells it, the first crime committed was a lapse of self-control. Eve was forbidden from tasting the fruit on the tree of knowledge. But the temptation was too much. The fruit was just so …

Lifting weights could make you more intelligent, study suggests

Regularly lifting weights could make you more intelligent, a new study of people with the early signs of dementia suggests.<p>A group of people aged 55 …

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Ancient rocks in Northwest Territories fuel a continent-size debate

They are among the oldest rocks in the world. Now, a team at the University of Alberta has made the most precise measurement yet of a stony outcrop located about 300 kilometres due north of Yellowknife.<p>Their verdict: Rocks found in one part of the Acasta Gneiss Complex in the Northwest Territories …

The Paleoproterozoic snowball Earth: A climate disaster triggered by the evolution of oxygenic photosynthesis

Canfield, D. E. (1998)Nature 396 <b>,</b> 450–453.<p>Anbar, A. D. & Knoll, A. H. (2002)Science 297 <b>,</b> 1137–1142. pmid:12183619<p>Summons, R. E., Jahnke, L. L., Hope, …

Neurology

This is what happens when high school boys are treated like women in Congress

Men make up 80 percent of congress. The huge gender gap in government allows men to vote on issues that heavily impact women’s lives. Sounds pretty …

Whatever you think, you don’t necessarily know your own mind – Keith Frankish

Do you think racial stereotypes are false? Are you sure? I’m not asking if you’re sure whether or not the stereotypes are false, but if you’re sure …

Mother Teresa: The biggest Con Job of the Twentieth Century.

Join us: fb.com/missionariesofcharity<p>What does it take to create a sensation? An icon who perfectly fits the image that an overwhelming majority of …

Can Attachment Theory Explain All Our Relationships?

The stage is set: a room with two chairs and some toys on the floor. A mother and her 1-year-old baby enter and begin the Strange Situation, a …

Parenting

A mathematical BS detector can boost the wisdom of crowds – George Musser

A few weeks ago, I thought I’d do a demonstration of the wisdom of crowds. I was at a bat mitzvah reception and, as a game, the hosts asked each …

University of California

From Kant to Kirk: 'Star Trek's' Philosophical Arguments

Star Trek <i>began as a network failure, then became one of the most lauded scienc fiction fanchises of our time. This article, and others that honor the</i> …

These ‘no-go’ neurons tell brain to stop drinking

Activating particular neurons may be a way to control alcohol-drinking, a new study suggests.<p>Prior research has shown that alcohol consumption alters …

This mysterious orange moon 800 million miles from Earth might be home to a unique form of alien life

And while Titan is the only other place in the solar system where we know there are flowing liquids on the surface, its lakes, rivers, and seas are filled with methane and ethane (too toxic for any Earthly lifeforms to survive in). Any water on the planet would be frozen solid.<p>But what if there …

Astronomy

Like Dogs, Goats Bond with Humans Through Eye Contact

Cuteness within.<p>My dog, Harley, has giant-ass brown eyes that just crush people. He is dopamine in a fur coat. Strangers feel compelled to give him hugs.<p>His connection to people, its depth and consistency, is all in the eyes. My dog does not talk, but he does look directly into my eyes and it's in …

New study upends a theory of how Earth's mantle flows - Scienmag: Latest Science and Health News

A new study carried out on the floor of Pacific Ocean provides the most detailed view yet of how the earth's mantle flows beneath the ocean's …

The secret to an Oesia life: Prehistoric worm built tube-like 'houses' on sea floor

The fossilised remnants of tube-like "dwellings" which housed a primitive type of prehistoric sea worm on the ocean floor have been identified in a …

Researchers Spotted Something Very Strange in the Sands of Mars

No, it’s not aliens writing messages in the sand. But there <i>is</i> something weird happening on Mars’ surface—and it’s something that hasn’t been seen …