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Untangling dreams and our waking lives: Latest findings in cognitive neuroscience

"Dreams are messages from the deep." (Dune Part 1) Musings about dreams abound throughout society, from movies to TV to books. But despite being a constant source of fascination, the role of dreams in our lives still remains ...


Brain scans of Philly jazz musicians reveal secrets to reaching creative flow

Flow, or being "in the zone," is a state of amped-up creativity, enhanced productivity and blissful consciousness that, some psychologists believe, is also the secret to happiness. It's considered the brain's fast track to ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Two key brain systems are central to psychosis, study finds

Inside the brains of people with psychosis, two key systems are malfunctioning: a "filter" that directs attention toward important external events and internal thoughts, and a "predictor" composed of pathways that anticipate ...


Decoding spontaneous thoughts from the brain via machine learning

A team of researchers led by Kim Hong Ji and Woo Choong-Wan at the Center for Neuroscience Imaging Research (CNIR) within the Institute for Basic Science (IBS), in collaboration with Emily FINN at Dartmouth College, has unlocked ...


Surgical removal beneficial for acute intracerebral hemorrhage

For patients with an acute intracerebral hemorrhage, minimally invasive surgical removal is associated with improved outcomes, according to a study published in the April 11 issue of the New England Journal of Medicine.


Researchers find new origin of deep brain waves

University of California, Irvine biomedical engineering researchers have uncovered a previously unknown source of two key brain waves crucial for deep sleep: slow waves and sleep spindles. Traditionally believed to originate ...