Neuroimaging helps researchers observe what happens in the brain as a person is rotated. The study, which gives insight into how the brain moves after the head stops moving, also provides critical information for advancing studies of TBI.
Researchers argue consciousness may be caused by the way the brain generates energetic feedback loops.
Researchers examine how well study participants perform spatial cognitive tasks while walking and standing still.
The human brain can desensitize background motion and focus on smaller moving objects in the foreground as a result of activity in the middle temporal visual area. However, our ability to pick out smaller objects changes over time. Younger people are better at picking out foreground objects moving, while those over 65 have heightened awareness of objects moving in the background.
A new study reveals how specialized cells in the retina sense motion.
A new study reveals the role of T4 cells in the computation of motion.
Our brains work harder to process information when we read about movement in a way that is not typical of our native languages.