Researchers discover the pupils of MS patients respond much slower to stimuli. Additionally, the study reports the slower the response time, the worse the symptoms of MS are.
Researchers present a new theory which explains how critical periods are triggered during neurodevelopment.
A new neuroimaging technique allows neurosurgeons to see neural connections prior to surgery, thus preserving and protecting the brain’s critical functions when operating.
Using computerized eye trackers, researchers discover at least 50 percent of people can see the movement of their own hand in total darkness.
Researchers investigate how the brain responds to complex audio-visual stimuli.
Researchers have identified neurons in a fly’s brain which tune into basic visual features to help them get their bearings.
A genetic mutation linked to age related macular degeneration has been discovered, according to a new study.
Researchers have discovered a complex and novel visual circuit in the brains of dragonflies. They hope the findings could some day help to improve vision systems for robots.
One Region, Two Functions: Brain Cells’ Multitasking Could be a Key to Understanding Overall Brain Function
The lateral intraparietal area (LIP), a region of the brain known to play a vital role in spatial and visual processing also has a parallel function, categorizing visual information, a new study suggests.
Our “primitive” reflexes could involve more sophisticated brain function that originally thought, according to a new study.