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At UCLA's Laboratory of Integrative Neuroimaging Technology, researchers use functional MRI brain scans to observe brain signal changes that take place during mental activity.
Celebrated writers such as Charles Dickens and George Eliot described characters' faces vividly without going into detail about their features.
A new article released by the journal NeuroImage features the results of a study that examined changes in gray matter volume (GMV) in children with dyslexia who received intensive reading instruction using Lindamood-Bellâ€™s Seeing Stars® program for reading and spelling. San Luis Obispo, CA (PRWEB) July 27, 2011 A new article released by the journal NeuroImage features the results of a study that examined changes in gray matter volume (GMV) in children with dyslexia who received...
This new method of using your brains natural image processing power is changing the way people manage their daily To Doâ€™s.
Using a sophisticated imaging test to probe for higher-level cognitive functioning in severely brain-injured patients provides a window into consciousness -- but the view it presents is one that is blurred in fascinating ways.
Talking with your hands can trigger mental images that help solve complex problems relating to spatial visualization, an important skill for both students and professionals.
If you're looking to lose weight, it's okay to think about eating your favorite candy bar.
Cognitive psychologists at the University of Pennsylvania and University of California have shown that an image displayed too quickly to be seen by an observer can be detected if the participant first hears the name of the object.
It is no secret that dieting can be challenging and food cravings can make it even more difficult.
Practice makes perfect. But imaginary practice?