A new study explores how actions influence perception.
A new study reveals execution of action is a combination of random and predictable components that are processed in different brain regions.
Even though people engage in seemingly impulsive decision-making, they may actually be predisposed to curtail it.
A new study reports sleeps help improve learning performance in predictable processes.
Neurons in the basal forebrain are responsible for our ability to swiftly halt a planned behavior, a new study reports.
Researchers use neuroimaging technology to identify brain differences between those who procrastinate and those who are doers. The study reveals people with poor action control have a larger amygdala, and the connection between the dorsal ACC and amygdala is less pronounced.
Researchers report the actions of those with OCD don't take into account things they have learned.
According to a new study, the brain plans multiple actions simultaneously prior to selecting one action to execute.