Researchers noted alterations in brain activity during cognitive tasks when playing outdoor sounds in the background. Findings shed light on how the environment affects how we perceive the world around us and how we tune out to background noises.
Study reports audiovisual editing causes an increase in activity in visual processing areas, while continuous and orderly editing produces more cognitive processing activity.
Using EEG, researchers have identified smaller spikes in the P3 brain wave is associated with aggressive behavior in young children. The findings could help to diagnose toddlers with aggressive tendencies before their behaviors become ingrained, researchers say.
Researchers study event related potentials to help predict children's reading levels in years to come.
According to researchers, children who have emotionally invested parents are more likely to be successful.
A new study looks at how popular pain killer, acetaminophen, may be inhibiting the brain response associated with error making.
According to new research, children who are physically fit have faster and more robust neuroelectrical brain responses during reading tasks than their less fit peers.