Study provides an answer to the age-old philosophical question of whether people can see the world objectively. In terms of visual perception, the answer is no.
A new theory bridges the gap between philosophical arguments for free will and neurocognitive reality.
The force by which a person embarks upon a utilitarian act may be predicted by psychopathic traits, a new study reports.
Are humans hardwired for transgressions? Why are some of the brain's most basic instincts considered bad behavior? Why does bad behavior come so naturally to us? National Geographic's Brain Games asks Neuroscience News.