Perception of objects is robust to changes in our environment.
Researchers question if our brains can take in three primary color inputs and turn them into the range of different colors we can see, could a little bit more mental work result in us unlocking different hues?
Hemispherectomy patients who had a hemisphere of their brain removed during childhood can correctly recognize differences between pairs of words or faces 80% of the time, a new study reports. The findings reveal how the brain adapts when it is highly plastic.
Researchers found a significant link between olfaction and visual sensory processing, reporting specific smells influence the identification of facial emotions, and facial expressions influence the emotional response to smell.
A newly proposed learning method for those on the autism spectrum accelerates the learning process and can help to improve visual perception.