Machine learning can predict, with significant accuracy, whether a person is a musician or not, based on fMRI data collected while subjects listened to music.
A new study in eLife provides new insights into how complex neural processes in the brains of dragonflies allows them to predict, peruse and catch prey. The findings could prove useful in developing new innovative robot vision systems.
Children whose mothers experienced depression early in their life are more susceptable to socio-emotional problems and a reduction in empathy toward others, a new study reports.
Older people who engage in regular physical activity have more intact white matter and have more variable brain activity than their less active peers, a new study reports.
According to a new study, the brain plans multiple actions simultaneously prior to selecting one action to execute.
Using fMRI neuroimaging, researchers pinpoint areas of the brain which are crucial for processing music.
Using neuroimaging techniques, researchers find people experiencing depressive episodes have increased brain activity when thinking about themselves.
Words which refer to 'big', abstract things are processed more quickly by the brain than 'smaller' words, a new study suggests.