The psychedelic drug DMT produces an effect in the brain similar to a near-death experience, according to a new study.
Researchers have discovered it is possible to use soundwaves and viruses to ‘switch off’ memory formation in the brain.
Researchers from Johns Hopkins University have found that last-minute decision-making is a lot more complicated than previously known, involving complex neural coordination among multiple brain areas. The revelations may help scientists unravel certain aspects of addictive behaviors and understand why accidents like falls grow increasingly common as we age.
The neural version of a texting app anticipates what comes next when we hear speech.
According to a new study, brain activity may continue for over 10 minutes after one’s body appears to have died.
The human mind suffers when faced with a constant barrage of lying, as leading psychologists have discovered, and lies are eventually accepted as truth.
Why do some of us identify as “conservatives”, and others as “liberals” or “progressives”? According to some neuroscientists, the answer lies partially in the makeup of our brains.