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How workers adapt to noise — that is something most of us struggle with at some point, especially if your work involves any cognitive tasks.
Varenicline, the best smoking-cessation drug on the market at the time, had just around a 35 percent success rate, while cognitive behavioral therapy on its own typically led fewer than 30 percent of smokers to stop.
The medication was developed from immune cells taken from older people who do not have cognitive problems.
I spent six months with Nokia in Finland in saunas in the middle of February trying to convince them that Apple was really a threat to their business…There are real cognitive barriers to doing things differently.
DEBATING STAKEHOLDER CAPITALISMALAN MURRAYNOVEMBER 3, 2020FORTUNE
To address these cognitive biases, you need to use probabilistic thinking.
This chemical signaling between neurons is what enables us to think, learn, experience different moods and, when neurotransmitter signaling goes awry, suffer cognitive difficulties or mental illness.
Stories have been shown promote empathy, social perception, emotional intelligence and other cognitive abilities that can lead to better mental health.
Another study has shown that reduced grip strength in older adults is associated with lower cognitive function.
YOUR GRIP STRENGTH COULD HINT AT FUTURE HEALTH PROBLEMSBY ADAM TAYLOR/THE CONVERSATIONOCTOBER 22, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The commonly-used mini-mental state exam, by comparison, catches between six and seven out of 10 cases of mild cognitive impairment, a precursor to dementia.
The insects’ “flexibility to act in a creative way responding to a situation suggests that they have higher cognitive abilities than what is traditionally believed.”

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