A new study looked to the eyes for a potential test for aphantasia, or the inability to conjure up imagery in the mind.
Participants in a new study could correctly match a person to their heartbeat just by watching a video of their face, raising questions about how we sense what others are feeling.
Research on a surge of gamma wave activity at death has been cited as proof your life flashes before your eyes before you die; in truth, no one knows exactly what it means.
While an overdose epidemic tears through the U.S., some users have found that opioids work as antidepressants. Is there a safe way to use them?
A new experiment probed how the human brain encodes and processes the flow of time.
Rebecca Poulsen, known by her DJ name BeXta, led new research into the audio capabilities of zebrafish.
Neuroscience à la escargot is a promising area of research.
Body illusions can give a person the experience of inhabiting another's body. When that happens, we learn just how much the physical self can influence the way we think and feel.
The discovery of "thought worms" can also help detect when one thought ends and another begins.
The possible explanations could help us better understand the condition.