If you think you've already witnessed the rise and fall of your peak self, researchers have news for you: As far as your intelligence is concerned, you likely have several new highs to look forward to.
HOLLAND, Mich. — The students formed a circle around the Rev. Ray Vanderlaan, who draped himself in a Jewish ceremonial prayer shawl to cap his final lesson to graduating seniors in his discipleship seminar
Your intelligence is partly due to hard work, nutrition, and education. But you can also thank (or blame) your genes for your mental abilities. Decades of work on twin studies suggest that genes account
Short and long term memory: For half a century, neuroscientists thought they knew how memory worked. They were wrong
We rely on memory to pass exams and excel at trivia nights, but in fact the stakes are far higher than simply recalling facts, no matter how essential. Memory structures our identity; it’s the foundation
My father-in-law grew up eating blood soup. He hated it, whether because of the taste or the humiliation, I never knew. His alcoholic father regularly drank up the family wage, and the family was often
America’s most populous states are also its best places for college football recruiting. In the 2017 class, 70 percent of the game’s four- and five-star prospects are clustered in 10 states. The country’s