Researchers have developed an EEG technique that can help monitor pain in infants. The believe the technology could have beneficial applications in testing pain and analgesic efficacy in older non-verbal patients also.
Researchers report children with poor vision experience an improvement in their peripheral vision within hours of being exposed to child friendly action video games.
Researchers report a new video game aimed at middle school children can help boost empathy and prosocial behavior. The study reports children exposed to the game showed greater connectivity between brain networks linked to emotional regulation and perspective taking.
Using bioluminescent proteins from a jellyfish, scientists lit up the inside of a neuron, capturing spectacular video footage that shows the movement of proteins throughout the cell. The video offers a rare peek at how proteins, the brain's building blocks, are directed through neurons to renew its structure.
Inter-Dream, a new immersive virtual reality system developed by researchers and artists, can ease you into the right frame of mind for a restful night's sleep.
A study of 252 professional baseball players revealed those who scored higher on a series of computerized motor and visual tasks had better batting averages and fewer strikeouts than their peers with lower scores.
Visual snow, or visual static is a rare disease in which people see a type of "TV static" in their vision. The condition affects around 2% of the population. While the disorder itself can not be treated, it is possible to treat symptoms associated with the disorder.
A new study provides insight into how synapses are formed in cortical neurons during early postnatal stages.