Co-author Jon Simons added that by recognising and addressing these psychological factors head-on, not only can we come to understand obesity better, but we may enable the creation of interventions that can make a real difference to health and wellbeing.
Date: Feb 28, 2016
Memory: Overweight Young Adults Have Poorer Recollection
Dr. Jon Simons, a coauthor, added that recognizing the psychological parts of overeating can allow us to understand obesity better, and could also lead to potential better ways to combat it. The team admits that overeating and obesity leading to poorer memory is concerning because of the health cons
Date: Feb 26, 2016
Did that really happen? Precise memories linked to brain crease
About 50 percent of people are born with a prominent fold in the brain matter that lies just behind the forehead, explained study co-author author Jon Simons, a researcher at the University of Cambridge in the UK. Simons and his colleagues found that these are the people who seem record very accurat
Date: Oct 06, 2011
Reality Check: Why Some Brains Can't Tell Real From Imagined
The authors, led by Jon Simons of Cambridge University, write that the differences were "particularly striking," given that the participants were healthy adults with "typical educational backgrounds and no reported history of cognitive difficulties."