Jan 302016
 
Brain Size Proven to be an Indication of Intelligence: Study

Researchers prove that animals with brain size proportional to their bodies were better at problem solving. It has been a long standing debate that brain size effects intelligence. The one specific detail of the argument implies that the brain size of the animal should be proportionate to their body size and structure. This is a great improvement in determining different factors of intelligence among animals and how to enhance and improve that intelligence. Contributed By Sonia Narula

5 Ways romantic relationships can be good for your health

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Sep 242014
 
5 Ways romantic relationships can be good for your health

Whether you’re lovesick or sick of love, it’s hard not to think about relationships and all they bring during this time of the year. Difficult dinner reservations and price-inflated Valentine’s Day roses aside, a steady, committed relationship does offer some benefits. Here are five ways romantic relationships can be good for you. Fewer mental health problems Couples may occasionally drive each other crazy but not literally so. Overall, people in committed relationships experience significantly fewer mental health problems than single people , according to a […]

Chimpanzees Can Play Video Games Better than human: Study

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Mar 192014
 
Chimpanzees Can Play Video Games Better than human: Study

Look out, gamers: chimpanzees might be coming for your high scores. Panzee, a 22-year-old female chimp, significantly outperformed 12 children and 4 adults on a complex maze in a virtual-reality computer game. Researchers pitted four adult chimps against twelve human children ranging from 3 to 12 years old, and four adult humans. The chimpanzees tended to do about as well as the kids between 3 and 6 years old, completing the maze in a similar amount of time. The humans and chimps were both evenly […]