The brain processes speech by using a buffer, maintaining a "time stamp" of the past three speech sounds. Findings also reveal the brain processes multiple sounds at the same time without mixing up the identity of each sound by passing information between neurons in the auditory cortex.
Changes in observed phatic behaviors, such as movements or vocal pitch during music interaction therapy could provide markers for a person's mental state and help therapists to diagnose and monitor depression in patients.
The formation of long-term memory relies on intrinsic neurological learning processes and the repetition of events.
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.