Latest Parietal lobe Stories
“Is this the real life? Is this just fantasy?” Queen’s Freddie Mercury was unsure in the lyrics to Bohemian Rhapsody, but neurology could have given him the answer.
Everybody feels pain differently, and brain structure may hold the clue to these differences.
Non-motor symptoms, including abnormalities in cognition, mental behaviors, autonomic nerves and sensory perception, have the greatest effect on the quality of in Parkinson's disease patient life.
Researchers from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine believe that they have located a specific site in the human brain that could be one of the sources of dizziness and spatial disorientation.
A study, led by Royal Holloway University researcher Carolyn McGettigan, has identified the brain regions and interactions involved in impersonations and accents.
Often attributed to age-related decay in vision and physical prowess, incidents of clumsiness in seniors could actually be caused by changes in the brain, say researchers.
A region of the brain known to play a key role in visual and spatial processing has a parallel function: sorting visual information into categories.
Scientists have speculated that the human brain features a “God spot,” one distinct area of the brain responsible for spirituality.
If you are looking for a particular object — say a yellow pencil — on a cluttered desk, how does your brain work to visually locate it?
Hundreds of times during a baseball game, the home plate umpire must instantaneously categorize a fast-moving pitch as a ball or a strike.
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