A new study reports that the neural architecture of the auditory cortex is virtually identical in those who are profoundly deaf and those who can hear.
A new study reveals the neurological mechanisms at work during ketamine anesthesia.
New findings have implications for better understanding how the human brain evolved and how it differs between people.
According to researchers, retrieving memories of past events may not take as long as we previously thought. It may also be possible to interfere with the process.
A new study reports that in blind children, a region of the brain that normally involved in visual processing can be remodeled to process language.
A new study reports flies can silence visual input generated by their own movement. The findings may help advance understanding of how ongoing behavior can influence visual processing.