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Researchers at West Virginia University studied the positive effects of DHA in helping the brain recover from trauma.

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Daphne Bavelier, Professor of brain and cognitive sciences at the University of Rochester, says action-based video games enhance visual search skills in players – based on a study with gamers and non-gamers.

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The influential philosophy professor, John Searle, created the Chinese Room Argument in 1980. It was written to demonstrate a simple point –intelligent behavior does not equal intelligence. This doesn’t mean A.I. design is impossible. It just means a behavioral-based model for intelligence is flawed.

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How detrimental is technological multitasking in the workplace?

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Can caffeine can slow Alzeimer’s disease? The following studies were funded by the The Industrial and Commercial Association of Coffee. Despite the potential for biased results, this data actually provides some scientific evidence that caffeine can slow Alzeimer’s disease.

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