Researchers examine how well study participants perform spatial cognitive tasks while walking and standing still.
New research looks at how the two hemispheres of the brain coordinate to track moving objects.
New data links the amounts of certain neuropeptides in the brains of killer bees with their behavior both inside and outside the hive.
Researchers discover face pareidolia, a phenomenon where people 'see' faces on objects such as toast or in clouds, is based on physical causes.
Researchers discover the motor cortex plays an active role in learning new motor movements.
Researchers have discovered the developmental source of a key type of neuron that allows animals to walk.
Researchers report the protein FABP5, usually associated with diseases such as cancer and psoriasis, enhances cognitive function.