A groundbreaking study reports memory capacity in the brain is far higher than previously believed.
Less is more when it comes to a successful smile, researcher report. In a new study, researchers presented over 800 participants with computer generated images of smiling faces. Researchers found people rated smaller smiles to be more genuine, while bigger smiles that showed more teeth were perceived less well.
Researchers propose the human brain is disproportionately large as a result of sizing one another up in large cooperative social groups.
Researchers propose a new approach to conducting behavioral science research that uses experimental studies and computer models.
Computer modeling, in combination with traditional research, is allowing researchers to obtain a better understanding about how specific gut bacteria will interact. The findings may allow scientists to manipulate the microbiome and improve human health.
Computational modeling and neuroimaging could help differentiate people with psychosis from those who experience auditory hallucinations without the disorder.