A new study links better math skills in children with cardiorespiratory fitness and associated gray matter thinning.
A new study from Harvard researchers reveals that in primates, the blueprint for adult visual organization is in place a few days after birth and 'fills in' with experience. Researchers believe that, as the organization is present so early on in life, it is likely present before birth as a genetically programmed mechanism, and later modified due to experience.
Researchers report on the combined structural, functional and anatomical changes that occur in those born blind that are not present in the brains of people born with sight.
A new neuroimaging study reveals patterns of asymmetry in the human brain may be unique to our species and could help explain how we developed language skills.
Researchers report sleep deprivation affects the parietal and occipital lobes in children, along with myelin levels in the visual system.
A new EEG study illustrates how fear arises in the brain when people are exposed to threatening images.
Do you have a problem visualizing images? According to researchers, you could have a newly defined condition called aphantasia.