Neuroscience

How the brain interprets motion while in motion

Imagine you're sitting on a train. You look out the window and see another train on an adjacent track that appears to be moving. But, has your train stopped while the other train is moving, or are you moving while the other ...

Pediatrics

CT, MRI for pediatric pancreatitis: Interobserver agreement

According to an open-access article in ARRS' American Journal of Roentgenology (AJR), interobserver agreement proved generally fair to moderate for most CT and MRI findings of chronic pancreatitis in children.

Neuroscience

A new understanding of how the human brain controls the hands

Understanding how the brain controls certain actions—such picking up a knife in the correct way—is important for many reasons. One of these is working towards the development of brain-computer interfaces that may help ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

Preschool children can't see the mountains for the cat

Imagine seeing an image of a cat in front of a wide scene of mountains and being told just to remember the mountains if you saw them in a later picture. As an adult, that's not hard to do.

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