Tag: Cognitive Science Research

Cognitive Science, Health

Wine and cheese, please! 

They’ve said before ‘you are what you eat!’ But what if Dr. Ileana Berman told you that altering your diet could reduce future cognitive decline? According to a study conducted by Iowa State University and published in the November 2020 Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease, this…

Cognitive Science, Health

LGB Community at Greater Risk of Dementia 

According to a cognitive research study recently released by Michigan State, members of the Lesbian, Gay and Bisexual community are more likely to develop dementia in old age. Dr. Ileana Berman discusses the correlation: Although society has come a very long way, lesbian, gay and…

Cognitive Science, Health

What’s in a Word? (More Than You Might Think…) 

Cognitive meets computer in a scientific merger that’s reshaping how cognitive science researchers approach Alzheimer’s disease. Thanks to Artificial Intelligence (AI) developed by IBM and Pfizer, researchers may be able to detect crucial warning signs of the neurological disorder — earlier.  To say the realm…

Cognitive Science

You Are What You Eat — and Drink, too! 

According to a study recently released by Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, a mother’s choice of beverage may affect her child’s cognitive function in a critical way. Dr. Ileana Berman discusses this recently published cognitive science research: Well, you know what they say:  you are what…

Cognitive Science, Health

Effects of Video Games on Cognitive Function 

This week, the Universitat Oberta de Catalunya released a study on how playing video games affects cognitive function and development. The results may not be what you’d expect… Cognitive Science Researcher, Dr. Ileana Berman shares the story: As it turns out, playing video games is…

Cognitive Science, Health

Cognitive Science & Distance Learning 

Cognitive Science Researchers, like Dr. Ileana Berman, are questioning the effectiveness of distance learning. As the COVID-19 pandemic presses on, this approach to education is anticipated to be the norm… at least for now. But is learning on a computer as cognitively effective as learning…