When asked questions about sensitive behaviors, such as alcohol consumption or over-eating, people tend to respond in ways they consider socially correct, while downplaying their personal negative behaviors.
Researchers scrutinize the long-held perception that new mothers are more forgetful and less attentive. Mothers, they found, have similar alerting and orienting attention, and better executive control attention compared to women without children.
New microscopy technology images the position of biomolecules with precision down to a few nanometers inside whole cells and tissues.
A new optical imaging tool allows surgeons to map out cancerous tumors and helps to provide a better understanding of how diseases affect brain activity.
Understanding how the brain decides what it should pay attention to is key to understanding how prediction plays a tole in autism.
Having a parent with an alcohol use disorder affects how your brain transitions between active and resting states, regardless of your own drinking habits.
Exposure to perfluorooctane sulfonate and perfluorooctanoic acid, so-called "forever chemicals," results in a decline of both dopamine levels and dopamine neurons in roundworms.
Researchers have developed a sensor-instrumented glove for prosthetic hand controls which can sense pressure, temperature, and hydration using electronic chips sending sensory data via a wristwatch.
A new quantum sensor is able to automatically receive hydrogen when placed beneath a brain slice. Researchers say this could be the first step in creating a pathway that builds a computer device to store and transfer real memories, in essence, allowing for the 'upload' of memory.
A new method is able to efficiently design and fabricate soft robots using 3D printing technology. The ASM can perform complex motions, such as gripping and crawling.