As real as that daydream may seem, its path through your brain runs opposite reality.
Using only data from an fMRI scan, researchers led by a Yale University undergraduate have accurately reconstructed images of human faces as viewed by other people.
A simple, computer-training task can change the brain's wiring to regulate emotional reactions, according to a recent study published in NeuroImage by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers.
A Dartmouth study reveals how the brain understands motion and still objects to help us navigate our complex visual world.
For more than half a century, scientists have studied how the surface of the body is mapped in parts of the brain associated with touch.
Certain diseases, like Parkinson's and Huntingdon's disease, are associated with damage to the pathways between the brain's basal ganglia regions. The basal ganglia sits at the base of the brain and is responsible for, among ...
Researchers at Monash University have found physical differences in the brains of people who respond emotionally to others' feelings, compared to those who respond more rationally, in a study published in the journal NeuroImage.
When you learn a new technical concept, something happens in your brain, but exactly what has been a mystery until now.
A recent study from the University of Georgia shows differences in brain structure according to how trusting people are of others.