Researchers discover face pareidolia, a phenomenon where people 'see' faces on objects such as toast or in clouds, is based on physical causes.
A new study gives direct and clear new evidence that autism begins during pregnancy.
EEG recordings help predict how people apply context and rules to learning new tasks.
Using fMRI neuroimaging, researchers pinpoint areas of the brain which are crucial for processing music.
Researchers discover the brain mechanisms which underlie discourse comprehension.
Researchers discover a signature of brain activity in some severely brain injured patients, who regained some consciousness after using certain drug treatments.
Neuroimaging brain scans show evidence of brain abnormalities four months after a mild concussion occurs, researchers report.
A new study uncovers dynamic changes in the epigenome which occur during brain development.
Performing post-mortem staging of the brains and spinal cord tissue of patients with ALS, researchers discover the neurodegenerative disease could progress from one start point in the CNS to other regions of the brain and spinal cord.