Researchers have identified a novel neural network in fruit flies that converts external stimuli of varying intensity into decisions about whether to act.
Researchers investigate why two people who experience the same event often have different memories of what occurred.
JHU researchers investigated the mindsets of Olympians. The brain activity of medal contenders reveals who will choke under pressure, and who will keep their cool.
Researchers have developed a new version of the classic Mirror Box Illusion to help better understand how the brain processes multiple sensory inputs to perceive our bodies and environment.
Smell influences how children evaluate strange faces, a new study reports.
Researchers report some with Parkinson's disease could have a form of impaired decision making that may contribute to the movement problems associated with the disease.
A new technique allows researchers to look into the brains of living mice and witness the processing of sensory information in real time.