A newly developed multidimensional lexicon of emojis helps crack the coded language and emotional value of emoji use, a popular form of communication by young texters, beyond simple negativity or positivity.
People automatically incorporate extralinguistic information into grammatical processing during verbal communication.
Using zebrafish, researchers investigated the timing and genetic programming of macrophages that help repair and regenerate the sensory organs within the fish. The findings could help pave the way for regenerative treatments for spinal cord injuries, hearing loss, and heart disorders in humans.
Spironolactone, a medication commonly used to lower blood pressure and for treating heart-related problems, shows potential for the treatment of alcohol use disorder.
Researchers have mapped four new areas of the human anterior prefrontal cortex that play critical roles in cognitive processing. Two of these newly mapped areas are larger in females than in males.
Constraining hand movements affects the processing of object-meaning, a finding which supports the theory of embodied cognition.
Study finds subtle variations in the functional organization of the left and right hemispheres of the brain.