A new study reports that a rapid number naming test was able to help detect concussion 86 percent of the time in young and professional athletes.
According to a new study, feeling sad can lead to changes in our color perception.
Researchers report temporary postnatal visual deprivation induces permanent auditory responses in the visual area of the infant's brain.
A new study offers evidence between rapid eye movement during sleep, accelerated brain activity and dream images.
A new study reports flies can silence visual input generated by their own movement. The findings may help advance understanding of how ongoing behavior can influence visual processing.
During moments of suspense in Hitchcock movies, the brain narrows what people see and pays attention to the story.
According to a new study, babies' brains respond not only to the presence of visual stimuli, but also the expectation of the stimuli.
Researchers take inspiration from the developing brain to create improved computer algorithms.
Researchers find evidence that a sight restoring gene therapy strengthens visual pathways in the brain.
A new study addresses the nature and origin of neural signals involved in solving perceptual tasks.