A new study reveals how tactile experiences are encoded in the brain as we sleep.
Researchers investigate why two people who experience the same event often have different memories of what occurred.
Computational modeling and neuroimaging could help differentiate people with psychosis from those who experience auditory hallucinations without the disorder.
A new study reports that during learning, the visual cortex operation modes change to implement top-down processing.
Study may provide clues as to why seemingly healthy babies born prematurely often face higher risks of developmental delays.
A new study addresses the nature and origin of neural signals involved in solving perceptual tasks.