Researchers discover our ability to process directional movements is a result of cortical activation of signals which originate from retinal neurons.
Researchers have discovered new evidence which correlates foveal crowding with the brain's processing speed.
Using computer models, researchers discover melanopsin pigment in the eye is more sensitive to light than rhodopsin pigment.
A new study reports the oxytocin receptor plays a special role in the ability to remember faces.
Researchers discover color and shape are represented independently. A new study reports on how the brain's inferior temporal cortex processes visual information.