The author discusses the lack of female- specific research in autism and proposes a new way to look at the issue of under-diagnosing girls with this condition.
Can you imagine it is possible to improve cognitive functioning only by sitting regularly for a few minutes on a vibrating chair? In our studies, we demonstrated that Whole Body Vibration (WBV) can be of potential value in the treatment of patients with ADHD!
A large percentage of patients with mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI) are intoxicated with alcohol at the time of injury. This study shows that although intoxicated patients have a worse initial clinical presentation, they have a better long-term outcome.
Second-year Psychology students participating in the University Honours College complete a Research Seminar, during which they write a popular science article about their second-year research internship. Voted as one of the best articles of this year was written by Airi Yamada. Mindwise publishes a modified version of her article. It is not uncommon to encounter terms […]
Blood Alcohol Concentration (BAC) of bicyclists was assessed with a breathalyser on nights out. An expected increase in percentage cyclists with a BAC above zero over the course of the night was found, and after midnight the proportion cyclists with alcohol in their blood rose to 90%, with an average BAC above 0.8‰.
In March 2015, the joint meeting of the British and Dutch Neuropsychological Associations took place in London. A group of researchers from the University of Groningen hit the plane to present their findings. Also on it: two Research Master students from the Clinical Neuropsychology track.
If you are as good a driver as you probably think you are, then getting an individualised usage-based insurance or pay-as-you-drive insurance could be really worth your while. Such an insurance can decrease the burden of vehicle insurance substantially, while at the same time encouraging safe and eco-friendly driving behaviour.
Sluggish Cognitive Tempo (SCT) is currently one of the emerging themes in research on attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD). Indeed SCT is considered to be the new “real attention disorder”. The question is whether there is enough evidence for the establishment of a new disorder.
The latest BCN Neswletter was out this month we are thrilled to share with you an interview by Sanne Brederoo, a PhD candidate in the Experimental Psychology Group. She spoke to Ton Groothuis and Reint Geuze, who, along with Nele Zickert, recently launched their large-scale study on handedness, for which they aim to have a sample size of 30,000!