According to a new study, newborn babies are able to process language as young as two days old by utilizing similar processes to adults.
Findings suggest prediction may be a general feature of animal nervous systems in supporting quick behavioral changes.
A new study links a genetic mutation to information processing speed.
Study identifies a short gene segment crucial for brain development and information processing. The absence of the gene segment induces altered social behaviors, learning difficulties, and memory deficits, which are hallmarks of a subset of ASD.
A new study reports when we retrieve information about visual objects, the brain first focuses on the core meaning and afterwards recalls specific details.
White matter connectivity does not directly induce psychosis, but may affect symptoms of psychosis through its effect on the consciousness threshold.
Under hypnosis, the brain shifts to a state where individual areas act more independently of each other than they do during typical waking state.
A new PNAS study reveals the communication between brain areas that specialize in language is supported by the rhythmic synchronization of brain cells. Researchers found different rhythms reflect different directions of information flow.