In English

Group activities may help treat depression and improve cognitive function in dementia patients, The Alzheimer's Site
What an enormous global study can tell us about feeling better during the pandemic, Vox
Social interaction can help fight depression in people with dementia, The University of Sheffield Press Release, featured in The Star, Mirage, Medical Xpress, Florida News Times, About Manchester, and others
Toby Foster at Breakfast: Social interaction can help fight depression in people with dementia, BBC Radio Sheffield
Where is your mind: Who is mind wandering in class and what does this mean for learning?, Psychonomic Society Featured Content
The challenges of running social science experiments from home - and 14 tools that can help, SAGE Ocean Blog
Five countries to collaborate on latest Open Research Area call, WiredGov
How to think yourself smart, How It Works
A fresh approach to evaluating working memory training, Learning & the Brain
Episode 31: Is ego depletion real?, Two Psychologists Four Beers (Podcast)
Assigning authorship for research papers can be tricky. These approaches can help, Science
Can cognitive training really make us smarter?, Blog on Learning & Development (BOLD)
Brain training: Memory games, Nature Outlook
New research from the United States has changed what we know about the power of self-control, ABC News
Debate rages over whether speaking a second language improves cognition, Scientific American
Researchers wrestle with co-authorship, Nature

In German

Demenz und Depressionen: Interaktion mit anderen Menschen hilft, Aponet.de
Gehirndoping: Wie wir schlauer werden, Einstein, Schweizer Fernsehen SRF
Wissenswertes: "Das Training führt nicht zu einer generellen Leistungssteigerung", Schweizerischer Verein für Gedächtnistraining Bulletin
Das sagt die Expertin: "Der Alltag ist das beste Training", Schweizer Illustrierte
Helleres Oberstübchen, UZH Magazin
Stimulieren statt Studieren - Gehirnjogging, ManagerSeminare
Intelligenz – bitte mehr davon, Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung – Hochschulanzeiger
Intelligenter durch Computerspiele? Psychoscope
Hirntraining mit Bedacht, Gehirn und Geist
Kann ich mich schlau trainieren? UZH News