Training in compassion improves the well-being of relatives to people with mental illness

If relatives of people with mental illness become better at accepting the difficult emotions and life events they experience — which is what training in compassion is about — their anxiety, depression and stress is reduced

Read more

In decision-making, biases are an unconscious tendency that are difficult to eradicate

This is according to a study conducted in primates, published in Current Biology, led by Ruben Moreno Bote and Gabriela Mochol, researchers at the Center for Brain and Cognition, in collaboration with Roozbeh Kiani, a researcher at New York University

Read more

Cognitive fatigue changes functional connectivity in brain’s fatigue network

Kessler Foundation research team confirms regions contributing to the brain’s ‘fatigue network’, and demonstrates that network connectivity changes with cognitive fatigue, a novel finding that will accelerate advances toward effective interventions

Read more