Finding a “brain myth”
Why use quotation marks with search terms?
When your search term is a phrase -- more than one word -- enclose the phrase in quotation marks. This tells the search engine that you are searching for one single idea. Otherwise the search engine looks for each word as a separate idea.
Try it out.
This is true in Google searches and many other search engines.
“brain myths” vs. brain myths
“urban legend” vs. urban legend
Additional search tips:
Avoid capital letters.
Try singular and plural forms of the word.
Try different combinations of words/ideas.
Try changing the order of your search terms.