Research Team Reveals How Emotions Are Mapped in the Body

Emotions trigger strong bodily sensations and the bodily maps for each sensation are topographically different for different emotions. The sensation patterns are consistent across different cultures, suggesting sensational patterns have a biological basis, researchers say.

Mapping Objects in the Brain

Researcher report a brain region which responds to a particular category of objects consists of a small cluster of neurons which encodes the visual features of these objects.
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Memories Are Geotagged with Spatial Information

A new study which used a video game where people navigate through a virtual town helps researchers to pinpoint how spatial information is incorporated into memory, and why remembering a specific experience can trigger memories of events which occurred in the same location.