Neuroscience

Eye movement science is helping us learn about how we think

For most of human history if you wanted to know what was going on behind someone's eyes you had to make your best guess. But since the 1960s scientists have been studying the way eye movements may help decode people's thoughts. ...

Medical research

Safe resumption of research is important, feasible

At the onset of the COVID-19 pandemic, just as public institutions and businesses closed, research programs performing human participant research (HPR) also largely ceased operations. Now, universities and healthcare organizations ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

The spotlight of attention is more like a strobe

You don't focus as well as you think you do. That's the fundamental finding of a team of researchers from Princeton University and the University of California-Berkeley who studied monkeys and humans and discovered that attention ...

Health

Experts aim to redefine healthcare and research ethics

In what they acknowledge as a seismic shift in the ethical foundation of medical research, practice and policy, a prominent group of interdisciplinary healthcare experts, led by bioethicists at Johns Hopkins, rejects an ethical ...

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