A new study reports it takes longer for deaf infants to become familiar with new objects. Researchers say the study highlights a difference in how infants process information, even when the information is not auditory in nature.
A new computational model reveals the impaired ability to integrate size and probability of reward in those with schizophrenia may be the result of a lack of consideration of the magnitude of the reward.
A new EEG study reveals how the brain utilizes more cognitive resources to hold memory and process previous information.
A new study reports when we retrieve information about visual objects, the brain first focuses on the core meaning and afterwards recalls specific details.
A new study reports the emotional underpinnings of political ideology motivates how the people seek and process information about election races and climate change.
A new study combined neuroimaging with machine learning to reveal cellular properties in different brain regions. The approach and findings, researchers report, could potentially be used to asses the treatment of neurological disorders and develop new therapies.
Researchers investigate why two people who experience the same event often have different memories of what occurred.
Researchers argue consciousness may be caused by the way the brain generates energetic feedback loops.
The thickness of the brain's neocortex influences how individual neurons process information, a new study reveals.