A new study reveals children of women with polycystic ovary syndrome have an increased risk of being diagnosed with ASD. Researchers report women with PCOS have a 2.3% change of having a child with autism, compared to a 1.7% change for mothers without the condition.
A new study refutes popular assumption that hormone levels in women alter perceptions of male attractiveness. The study reveals hormone levels do not influence the type of men women find attractive.
New research on the bouba-kiki effect reveals crossmodal mapping occurs independently on conscious awareness.
Researchers have successfully reproduced the electrical properties of biological neurons onto semiconductor implantable chips. The new artificial neurons could play a critical role in curing chronic neurological diseases.
Researchers report a surprising bodily illusion which demonstrates how we can rapidly update assumption about the material qualities of our bodies based on recent multisensory perceptual experience.
Researchers shed new light on neuroplasticity by sparking learning in tadpole brains. They discovered the key to neuroplasticity is how the brain generates new proteins. Findings could help deepen understanding of sensory processing in ASD.