A new study reports the brain mechanisms of congenitally blind and sighted individuals share common regions when recognizing human hand gestures.
Researchers report on how the brain processes motion and color.
Working with fruit flies, researchers identify a mechanism which helps explain how neurons which make up the visual system are generated.
Researchers report retinal degeneration could be one of the earliest signs of FTD in people who have a genetic risk for the disorder.
A new study reports on how neurons in the inferotemporal cortex respond to being shown a barrage of images.
Researchers report Native American ancestry is a significant risk factor for diabetic retinopathy among Latinos with Type 2 diabetes.
Researchers discover running, when accompanies by visual stimuli, helped restore brain function to normal levels in mice which had been deprived of visual experience early in life.
According to new research, it takes more than just seeing a face to make it look human.
Researchers use electrical stimulation in retinal cells to produce the same patterns of activity which occur when the retina sees moving objects.
New research looks at how the two hemispheres of the brain coordinate to track moving objects.
Researchers use novel techniques to see how the brain processes visual stimuli that do, or do not, reach our awareness.
Researchers discover an array of new types of neurons which help zebrafish to perceive and compensate for self motion.
New research challenges existing assumptions about eye-brain coordination.
Researchers discover a cause of the CFEOM1 eye mobility disorder.
Visual perception errors in those with schizophrenia are consistent with corollary discharge, a new study reports.