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Although still a young field, research in "decision neuroscience" has exploded in the last decade, with scientists beginning to decipher what exactly is happening in our brains when we are making choices, whether big or small.
Research conducted by Boston College neuroscientist Sean MacEvoy and colleague Russell Epstein of the University of Pennsylvania finds evidence of a new way of considering how the brain processes and recognizes a person’s surroundings.
In an effort to understand what happens in the brain when a person reads or considers such abstract ideas as love or justice, Princeton researchers have for the first time matched images of brain activity with categories of words related to the concepts a person is thinking about.
New research from MIT suggests that there are parts of our brain dedicated to language and only language, a finding that marks a major advance in the search for brain regions specialized for sophisticated mental functions.
Imagine you're dining at a restaurant in a city you're visiting for the first â€“â€“ and, most likely the last â€“â€“ time.
In the century and a half since Charles Darwin's publication of The Origin of Species, evolutionary theory has become the bedrock of modern biology, yet its application to the understanding of the human mind remains controversial.
Moral responses change as people age says a new study from the University of Chicago.
An article demonstrating how tools for modeling traffic on the Internet and telephone systems can be used to study information flow in brain networks will be published in the open-access journal PLoS Computational Biology on 2nd June 2011.
With their fabulous online kids games, Kabongo has harnessed popular game mechanics to build cognitive skills in children and enhance their reading ability. Emeryville, CA (PRWEB) May 13, 2011 There has been a significant trend toward brain games among the American public over the last few years.
Parents know the unparalleled joy and wonder of hearing a beloved childâ€™s first words turn quickly into whole sentences and then babbling paragraphs.