The common belief that we are better at remembering faces over names may not be true. Researchers report we are actually better at remembering a person's name than we are faces.
A new study reveals that, on average, we are able to recognize 5,000 different faces.
Researchers report expressive eyebrows allowed us to develop communication skills to establish greater social networks and express more nuanced emotions.
Sleep spindles assist with the processing of relevant memories during sleep and help boost memory consolidation, researchers report.
A new study from University of York researchers backs up previous findings that there is no evidence to support the theory that violent video games increase real life aggressive behavior in gamers.
Some MOBA video games can act like an IQ test, researchers report. In a new PLOS ONE study, researchers note a correlation between skill in action strategy games, like DOTA2, and high IQ. The correlation is similar to that seen between intelligence and ability in more traditional games like chess.
A new study reveals birds can learn how to use objects to solve tasks by first playing with them.
According to University of York researchers, the ability to read fine print may be enhanced following exposure to a common visual illusion. The researchers found visual acuity may be enhanced by the expanding motion aftereffect optical illusion.