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Neurological Basis of Altruism

Altruistic behavior is often seen as a hallmark of civilized person. Defined as a selfless concern for the well-being of others, or action/behavior that benefits others at someone’s own expense, altruism was, for very long time, viewed from two opposite perspectives. Some would argue that altruism is an integral part of human nature, something that […]

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Neural Basis of Multitasking

Multitasking &8211; the ability to perform two or more different tasks at once &8211; is viewed by many as a very useful skill, important for succeeding in professional development. Some people are better in handling several tasks at once, while others are not. But the reason for this difference is not that clear. Why some […]

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