A new study provides evidence for the co-evolution of our ability to communicate and Stone Age butchery tools.
Researchers have developed a mathematical equation which explains how equilibrium is achieved by two forms of synaptic plasticity during learning.
A new study reports children who get a good night's sleep perform better in math and languages.
New research provides insight into how tasks are learned and could have positive implications for rehabilitation.
By learning more about how a protein crucial for learning works, researchers move a step closer to figuring out how memory and learning work, a new study reports.
A new study assesses the impact of human speech on infant cognition during the first year of life.
Learning an instrument can also train children to control their emotions and diminish their anxiety, a new study reports.
New research suggests we can gain a better understanding of human speech production by looking at the genetics of songbirds.
Using flashes of light, researchers 'read' and 'write' neural signals, a new study reports.
A new study reports long term memories might not be stored in synapses, as was previously thought.
Study reports communicating with infants and labeling items familiar to them can help babies make connections between what they see and what they hear, improving learning later in life.
A collaborative research paper uncovers a novel mechanism of altered information processing between neurons.
New research could help children with fragile X syndrome to memorize new information learned.
Researchers report distraction does not necessarily hinder learning.
Older people retain the mental flexibility needed to learn visual perception tasks, but are not as good as filtering out irrelevant information as younger people, a new study reports.