When reaching for a target object, we anchor our gaze to the target of the reach moment, thereby looking at the target for longer periods. This helps make our reach more accurate.
Paid maternal leave was associated with increased activity of higher-frequency brain waves in children at three months of age.
Study identified a complete series of ten factors that regulate the development of neurons in a fly's visual system, shedding light on the order in which these neurons develop.
Socially isolated older adults are more likely to have missing teeth and an accelerated rate of tooth loss compared to those with stronger social networks, a new study reports.
When alone, people who stutter tend not to be more fluent when talking. Researchers say the perception of being heard plays a key role in stuttering.
Brain areas associated with working memory also gauge the quality and uncertainty of memories. Researchers reveal details about the neural mechanisms of working memory that allow us to make decisions based on our certainty of memories.
Knowledge of an individual's personality can influence the perception of a face's identity and bias it toward unrelated people or identities, researchers report.
Study reveals the measures we take to prevent having to exert self-control in daily life.