For people who control their food consumption, the direct touch of picking up food triggers an enhanced sensory response, making the food more desirable and appealing.
Humans and mice use inference skills to solve problems in a remarkably similar manner.
Researchers present their findings about the acute neurosensory symptoms experienced by workers in the Havana embassy exposed to a unique sound and pressure phenomenon in 2016.
Researchers report the medial prefrontal cortex calibrates current visual information with previously obtained information to help us perceive the world with more stability, helping to retain visual consistency as we blink.
A new study reveals the neural processes we use to ignore the sound of our own footsteps and other self made noises. Researchers say the findings may shed new light on how we learn to speak and play music.