A test that uses images of cats and dogs may prove to be a quick and effective method of predicting which patients in early stages of Parkinson's disease will develop dementia.
The fusiform face area, an area of the visual cortex responsible for facial processing, develops much earlier than previously believed.
A new study provides insights into how our brain extracts information about our natural surroundings from the light captured by our eyes.
A newly designed optical illusion is helping researchers better understand visual processing and perception. The illusion creates a subjective reality in what we see, highlighting the constructive nature of perception.
Researchers were able to ascertain the colors people were seeing by looking at their brain activity. The study reveals we have unique brain activity associated with specific colors.