Study provides an answer to the age-old philosophical question of whether people can see the world objectively. In terms of visual perception, the answer is no.
Researchers say most people are not aware that two forms of the letter 'g' exist and, for those who are aware, most can not correctly identify or write the typeset version we usually see. The findings suggest the important role writing styles play in letter learning.
The study of a man with a neurodegenerative disease that has robbed his ability to see certain numbers sheds light on how the brain processes information without any visual awareness of the stimuli.
A newly proposed learning method for those on the autism spectrum accelerates the learning process and can help to improve visual perception.
Using non-invasive transcranial direct current stimulation to target the left rostrolateral prefrontal cortex improves memory retrieval.
New study finds visible teeth are key to identifying a face in a large group. Scientists have found new evidence...
A new study reports some people on the autism spectrum show neural signs of anxiety when presented with images of people engaging in social touch, such as hand holding.
Researchers reveal people perceive positive images to fade more smoothly than negative or neutral images. The study compliments previous findings that emotional states and environment can affect how we perceive time.