Psychology & Psychiatry

Decide now or wait for something better?

When we make decisions, we don't always have all options available to choose from at the same time. Instead they often come one after another, as for example when we search for an apartment or a flight ticket. So we have ...

Neuroscience

How various brain areas interact in decisions

Our decisions can be pictured in the brain. Scientists at the University of Zurich were able to show in a recent study which areas are most active in decision making. Often the so-called prefrontal cortex not only apparently ...

Pediatrics

AI advance in premature baby care

James Cook University scientists believe they have made an advance in the science of keeping premature babies alive.

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