Definition of Mild Cognitive Impairment — By Mayo Clinic staff

Definition of Mild Cognitive Impairment — By Mayo Clinic staff Mild cognitive impairment (MCI) is an intermediate stage between the expected cognitive decline of normal aging and the more pronounced decline of dementia. It involves problems with memory, language, thinking and judgment that are greater than typical age-related changes. If you have mild cognitive impairment, you […]

Looks Like None of Us Control Our Behavior or Have Free Will

This should simplify the tasks of marketers.  Just trigger buying behavior without conscious decision making!  (excerpted from http://www.whyevolutionistrue.com) Bottom Line — “one can predict the outcome of a decision up to seven seconds before the subject is conscious of having made a decision.” Take Aways “free will as the ability to make decisions independent of the […]

“Hundreds of studies have shown that people overrate their health, leadership ability, intelligence, professional competence, sporting prowess, and managerial skills. People also hold the nonsensical belief that they are inherently lucky. Most people think they are more likely than the average person to attain a good first job, to have gifted children, and to live to a ripe old age. They also think that they are less likely than the average person to be the victim of an accident, crime, disease, depression, unwanted pregnancy, or earthquake.”