A study recently published in Clinical Psychology Review investigates time perception and temporal information processing in people with schizophrenia. The study reveals the internal clock in schizophrenics does not necessarily run slower or faster than in healthy individuals, but rather it does not run at a consistent speed.
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.
Researchers report becoming consciously aware of a decision conforms to the same mechanism the brain goes through to complete a simple decision.
According to a new Journal of Alzheimer's Disease study, common genetic variants in amyloid precursor protein are associated with fluid intelligence in children.
Researchers have identified a new method that may help identify neural processes associated with optimal response to stimuli. They report the method, which utilizes EEG data, could eventually have practical applications in sports, education and Parkinson's research.
Researchers report a computerized brain training intervention may reduce dementia risks in the elderly.