Psychology & Psychiatry

Study finds sense of shared simultaneity increases with group size

Researchers from University of Tsukuba have found that the sense of duration of shared simultaneity increases with the size of the group in which an individual participates. This tendency is more pronounced when a person ...


Study finds that infants are not startled by visual illusions

We, as adults, experience a unified conscious world by integrating various scattered pieces of information from the external environment. To experience consciousness by integrating individual features into one, it is believed ...


New study links brain waves directly to memory

Neurons produce rhythmic patterns of electrical activity in the brain. One of the unsettled questions in the field of neuroscience is what primarily drives these rhythmic signals, called oscillations. University of Arizona ...

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