Radically-minded people’s brains can’t solve complex problems

Within the scope of the study conducted by the University of Cambridge in England, more than 330 participants aged 22 to 63 were assigned 37 neuropsychological tasks for two weeks and a series of questionnaires were conducted. It was stated that the tasks were designed to be neutral, not emotional or political. For example, subjects were asked to memorize visual shapes. The researchers then used mathematical modeling to extract information from this data about the…

"Radically-minded people’s brains can’t solve complex problems"