Latest Cognitive neuroscience Stories
McGill research reveals how motor networks help us know whether we've previously heard a tune
Normally, people perceive colors and shapes visually, but what if you could "hear" them? A new study from Hebrew University shows that using sensory substitution devices (SSDs), colors and shapes can now be conveyed...
Joseph LeDoux of NYU, brain scientists and philosophers jam about the mind; acclaimed magician Mark Mitton ignites magic.
Experts from Switzerland are combining experimental data with the core principles of brain organization in order to create a detailed computer model which will allow them to conduct supercomputer-based simulations of the brain’s inner workings.
NT-020, a proprietary supplement including blueberries and green tea, improved cognitive processing speed in clinical trial participants without impaired memory
Exact Market has released a new best practices document that helps business leaders “get in the heads” of their consumers. (PRWEB) January 31, 2014
For our brain, animate and inanimate objects belong to different categories and any information about them is stored and processed by different networks.
Announcing a New Editor-in-Chief for the Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society (JINS) New York, NY (PRWEB) January 18, 2014 Dr.
A new study from a team of American researchers has found that older adults can experience decade-long cognitive benefits from as few as ten mental training sessions.
A new study suggests that brain training games may only improve a person’s capacity to perform the specific training task and lack evidence that this skill translates to other cognitive abilities.