Researchers explore consciousness and argue our conscious processes may be formed by efficient non-conscious brain systems.
Researchers explore why COVID-19 is more deadly compared to the flu and other viruses.
According to a new study, a newly discovered feeding behavior in C. elegans could help researchers gain new insights into human heart function.
According to researchers, sleep twitches in babies could be linked to sensorimotor development.
As brain controlled robots and neuroprosthetics are rapidly growing in popularity, researchers impress the need to create guidelines to help insure safe and beneficial use of brain machine interactions.
Findings suggest children's facial perception abilities are not only profoundly impaired when people wear facemasks, but the level of impairment is greater than in adults.
The human brain can desensitize background motion and focus on smaller moving objects in the foreground as a result of activity in the middle temporal visual area. However, our ability to pick out smaller objects changes over time. Younger people are better at picking out foreground objects moving, while those over 65 have heightened awareness of objects moving in the background.