Researchers examine how well study participants perform spatial cognitive tasks while walking and standing still.
Researchers find face processing areas in the brain appear to respond selectively to the motion of faces, a new study reports.
Researchers take inspiration from the developing brain to create improved computer algorithms.
According to researchers, the brain uses similar calculations to measure the speed and direction of objects in motion whether they are visually perceived or touched.
Researchers discover in fruit flies, four classes of nerve cell are involved in calculating directionally selective signals.
Researchers find our peripheral vision effectively allows us to judge what others are doing, even if they are not in our direct line of sight.
Researchers report a surgically implanted neuroprosthetic devices that coordinates the activity hip, knee and ankle muscles led to improved walking speed and distance for a patient with limited mobility following a stroke.
Researchers have identified the neurochemical signal likely missing in Parkinson's disease.
A new study reveals the role of T4 cells in the computation of motion.