A new study reports that during learning, the visual cortex operation modes change to implement top-down processing.
A collaborative effort aims to provide a new method of communication for people with cerebral palsy.
A new study reports the retrosplenial cortex appears to play a vital role in navigation and spatial mapping.
Researchers attempt to identify which macrophage receptors promote neural repair and which are directed to the destructive process following spinal cord injury.
New findings about the brain's anatomy could lead to personalized medicine approaches for diagnosing and treating neurological disorders.
Researchers have been able to link the brains of primates and the brains of rodents, allowing the animals to exchange motor and sensory information to control movement or complete computations in real time.
Crowdsourced EEG study helps researchers approach questions about complex, real-life social cognition.
According to a new study, researchers have identified the neural circuit in the brain of fruit flies which is responsible for detecting a taste pheromone.
Researchers report the structure of the human brain has an almost ideal network of connections, enabling optimal transmission of information from one area to another.
A new study reveals how Schwann cells in the PNS degrade myelin following nerve injury.
A new study reports on the importance of REM sleep for the developing brain and questions the increasing use of REM disrupting medications in children.
According to a new study, the brain plans multiple actions simultaneously prior to selecting one action to execute.