Articles about Neuroscience
Finding the Zone If you’re like me, you dream about moments of total focus. Time slows.
Mind & Brain Science News, Articles, and Information from Scientific American
In the field of brain research there is no subject more intriguing than the savant – an individual with mental, behavioral, or even physical disability who possesses acute powers of observation, mathematical aptitude, or artistic talent.
A fascinating look at the relationship between genius and autism, with particular focus on the phenomenon of savants; a small group of enigmatic talents with extraordinary mental abilities. Savants number less than 100 worldwide. Some can work out five-digit multiplication in their heads, or recite thousands of books by heart. Beautiful Minds: The Einstein Effect | Watch Free Documentary Online
The science behind disgust - Neuroscience We all have things that disgust us irrationally, whether it be cockroaches or chitterlings or cotton balls.
Center for Investigating Healthy Minds
Are Your Eyes Also a Window to Your Brain? | Innovations What can eye-tracking teach us? Image courtesy of Flickr user Michele Catania
The new science of our cross-wired senses - Ideas
Emotion Selectively Distorts Our Recollections Mind & Brain :: Features :: January 12, 2012 :: Email :: Print
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