A new study reports neural activity in the prefrontal cortex reacts as though every experience is brand new, even if the event is similar to ones that have previously occurred. Researchers say this could account for feelings of déjà vu.
Researchers report our inner thoughts and interpretations of our experiences have consequences for both physical and mental health.
A new study from NYU reveals how our brains organize experiences based on their similarities.
A new study reveals those with a better working memory tend to get bored of experiences more quickly. The study could have implications for consumers and marketers in maintaining interest in their products.
According to a new study, people show similar brain activity when they share an experience and later go on to speak about their memory.
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.
Taking photos can positively affect how people enjoy experiences, a new study reports.
Researchers report the mediodorsal thalamus plays a key role in rapidly updating information as we learn.
New findings about neurodevelopment could have implications for drug development.