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The Limits of the Human Brain

August 28, 2020

Many people have spent a considerable amount of time to study the human brain. Due to these studies, some people have come to a conclusion that human beings use only 10% of their brains. However convincing the argument might appear, it is not true. […]

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All About IQ

August 27, 2020

The IQ test, introduced in 1904, was just a measure of the ratio of a person’s mental age to their actual age. In the modern days, the IQ tests have been misused and there have been a number of misconceptions around these tests. […]

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Unlearning the Learning Styles

August 27, 2020

The education departments of schools and universities have emphasized that there are three broad categories of learners: seers, hearers, and doers. The researchers have carried out experiments to test the validity of this belief and the results have been an eye-opener. […]

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Why Do We Forget? Exploring Some Common Theories

August 25, 2020

Why do we forget in spite of having amazing memories? , we routinely forget things. For years now, cognitive psychologists have been trying to explain why we forget things using various theories, the most common of them being decay and interference. […]

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Temporal Discounting and Self-Control: How Waiting Kills Value

June 4, 2020

Temporal discounting in psychology is the factor that makes people choose immediate rewards over remote ones, regardless of the real difference in value. The more one has to wait for a reward, the less they perceive it as valuable. This is also why we lack self-control in some situations. […]

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