A new study reports there is no difference in the amount of time it takes people from different countries to read and process information in different languages.
According to researchers, movies may control our attention more than we previously thought.
Researchers have developed a new method to observe brain activity during natural reading.
Researchers have developed new technology that reads signals directly from the brain that could pave the way for people with movement disorders to communicate.
Researchers suggest understanding fluctuations in brain networks may reveal how some people are able to learn new tasks more quickly.
Researchers report pupil dilation in reaction to negative facial expressions could predict a risk for relapse in those with depression.
A new study reports young children with autism don't avoid eye contact on purposes, but do miss the significance of the social information in others' eyes.
A new study is aiming to help those with body dysmorphia disorder with the help of a unique visual retraining program.