During moments of suspense in Hitchcock movies, the brain narrows what people see and pays attention to the story.
New findings pinpoint a target for drug development to combat memory loss related to psychosis.
Researchers visualize different activation systems in the brain.
According to researchers, screams possess unique acoustic properties, making them a specific type of vocal expression only used in times of stress or dangerous situations.
Researchers find evidence that a sight restoring gene therapy strengthens visual pathways in the brain.
According to a new study, a lack of REM sleep can have negative implications on how we judge other people's facial expressions.
Tiny brain lesions, often disregarded by doctors, could hold clues to people at increased risk of strokes, a new study reports.
Researchers have discovered key parts of the human brain network give us the power to control and shift our attention. This core cognitive ability may be unique to humans.
According to a new study, people with multiple sclerosis exhibit weaker connections between the dorsolateral prefrontal cortex and posterior brain regions.
A new study reports that when someone tries to remember one aspect of an event, the representation of the entire event can be activated in the brain.
A new study reports fructose produces less reward sensations in the brain than glucose.
A new neuroimaging study provides clues about trauma memory and how it is processed in the brain.