Subsequent search miss causes a reduction in the ability to detect an additional hazard when they spot another. The findings could help modify driver training to help reduce accidents and to develop in-vehicle technologies that focus on accident reduction.
Researchers have developed a new personality test they say is faster to take and harder to manipulate. The test relies on a technique called rapid response measurement, in which users only have a few seconds to answer questions about themselves.
Researchers implicate the neuropeptide NPPB in generating the itching sensation symptomatic of eczema.
A new technology for decoding neuromuscular signals may help make prosthetic hands easier for patients to use, researchers report.
Researchers say those over 60 are better at predicting stressful events at home than younger people. However, younger people are better at utilizing these predictions to minimize the adverse impact of stress.
A new qualitative review calls into question previous findings about the neuroscience of free will.
Researchers propose a new approach to conducting behavioral science research that uses experimental studies and computer models.
A new study reports on a significant increase of neuroscience research papers where the authors report on the sex of the animals used in their studies.