Movement and memory: are they related?

If it used to be thought that the cerebellum was made for movement and that the frontal cortex was made for cognitive functions, it is more and more obvious that it is not so black and white. Read more

The cost of being right… can you afford it?

The cost of being right… There is no doubt that being right can be empowering. That being said, is it actually contributing to our growth? Read more

Balance, cognition and memory

If we have forever considered that the vestibular system was the one that created balance in an unbalanced state, when looking at recent literature, one can consider that this primitive balance system is a component of much refined human functions. Read more

Crawling and memory?

If it’s true that we can associate crawling with different types of benefits, a 2007 study ( made the association between crawling and better memory! Read more