ADHD outcomes can take different paths as patients grow up. In an effort to predict and therefore possibly prevent severe ADHD outcomes, researchers at the Donders Institute are currently running an exciting study. I’m a research assistant in this special project. Read on for some insider facts about it!
“Friends! How are you? Donders Wonders will publish its 500th blog soon – it’s a miracle! And we’ve been asked to write that post. How cool is that?!”
Most of us have probably experienced it at least once: the excruciating pain of suffering from a breakup. But what is actually going on in our brains when we lose our significant other, and how do we manage to get over it?
Getting distracted can interfere with our ability to get things done, but being open to outside thoughts isn’t always a bad thing and can actually help us with some tasks.
Talking to a friend? Easy enough, you might think. But while you’re listening to your friend, your brain is predicting when you can talk and what you’re going to say.