Your inner monologue might sound like how you speak out loud—or a more abstract form of expression all your own.
Only to realise 'Star Trek' had already explained the process in a 1988 episode.
Researchers at the University of Washington have found that it may also help treat neurological problems.
With a rare neurological condition called aphantasia, my inner thoughts are only vague sounds and facts—no pictures, tastes, textures, or smells.
"It's a really unique kind of brain problem," says neurologist Dr. Jason Barton.
The Babypod plays music for your fetus.
We spoke to neurologist and author Suzanne O'Sullivan about her new book, It's All in Your Head.
But can human beings be trusted to be in complete control over their emotional reality?
PBA is a brain disorder that causes hysterical crying in happy people, and uncontrollable laughter in sad people. We interviewed one of the doctors leading the research into this strange and oddly damaging phenomenon.
Your brain is a complex and marvelous creation. One hundred billion interconnected nerve cells, entangled in a bewildering network of 100 trillion synapses. To help untangle all of that, Canadian scientists have built a new virtual map of the brain...