A new psychological model suggests change detection plays a key role in how we construct reality.
Taking photos can positively affect how people enjoy experiences, a new study reports.
A new study reveals that over night, the brain automatically preserves memories for important events and filters out other, less relevant information. The findings provide new insight into the processes that help guide decision making and human behavior.
A new study reports sleeps help improve learning performance in predictable processes.
Human replay spontaneously reorganizes experience based on learned structure.
Researchers report we make up our minds about others after seeing their faces for a fraction of a second, and that these snap judgments, which are usually incorrect, predict economic, legal, voting and other decisions.