Category: Neurosciences

Attention: A Decisive Mental Faculty, According To Various Thinkers

Attention is an essential human faculty, not only for learning but also for life itself. At present, everything seems to conspire to prevent us from being vigilant. We receive many stimuli simultaneously and the effect of this is that we remain with fragmented consciousness, so that focusing on something sometimes becomes a daunting task. Almost

Late, A New Kind Of Dementia

Alzheimer’s disease is today one of the most widespread in the world with more than 46 million people affected. Thus, the study of dementias in general is one of the greatest challenges facing science today. Despite having come a long way, there is still much to discover and it is, therefore, inevitable to continue to

What Exactly Is Envy?

We all know envy, a social emotion that we encounter on a daily basis. And despite the fact that in most cases it has a negative connotation, it fulfills important functions. Psychology teaches us that emotions are neither bad nor good (outside of pathological aspects), they can simply be pleasant or unpleasant. In addition, they always