Electrodermal activity, which results in an increased level of sweat, was able to determine when an adolescent with server ASD was about to embark on aggressive behavior 60% of the time.
Tilting the head downwards creates an artificial appearance of a facial action that has a strong effect on social perception. Study reveals social judgements about the face are not driven by the face shape or muscularity alone, but by the movement of the head.
Columbia team harnesses powerful technology to uncover never-before-seen details of the nervous system, demonstrating SCAPE's broad potential to decipher the brain.
Researchers reveal the phenomenon of ASMR videos may have a positive physiological effect on viewers. The study reports those who experience ASMR have lower heart rates while watching the videos, as well as an increase in positive emotions.
A new study upends hundreds of years of belief that physiological responses to emotion are uniform. Researchers report there is not a single physiological fingerprint for each emotion, but a population of potential responses.
Astros and Dodgers players take note, your batting hand may determine your success in a game. Researchers report baseball players who throw and bat left-handed should have a batting advantage as they have less neurological hemispheric lateralization than right handers.
Researchers have shown the sympathetic nervous system comprises of different neurons that regulate erectile muscle control in goose bumps and nipple erection.
Mutations in beta4 proteins could have a surprisingly large effect on health, researchers claim.
Emotions trigger strong bodily sensations and the bodily maps for each sensation are topographically different for different emotions. The sensation patterns are consistent across different cultures, suggesting sensational patterns have a biological basis, researchers say.