Researchers at the University of Illinois Chicago find that death triggers increased activity in certain brain cells.
Labeling thinkers like Albert Einstein and Steve Jobs as "other" may be stifling humanity's creative potential.
How our brains interpret computer code could impact how we teach it.
Some scientists believe the lightning-produced frequencies may be connected to our brain waves, meditation, and hypnosis.
The present-moment awareness that stems from mindfulness practices may be the cost-effective tool that our society needs.
As patients approached death, many had dreams and visions of deceased loved ones.
Being skeptical isn't just about being contrarian. It's about asking the right questions of ourselves and others to gain understanding.
The famous cognition test was reworked for cuttlefish. They did better than expected.
Contrary to what some might think, the brain is a very plastic organ.
After 20 months, scientists find lab-dish brain cells matured at a similar rate to those of an actual infant.
A large new study puts caffeine-drinking moms on alert.
Can playing video games really curb the risk of depression? Experts weigh in.
In-depth research suggests BDSM practitioners can experience altered states of consciousness that can be therapeutic.
Scientists observe how the halves of the brain keep us informed about everything everywhere.
Words of wisdom from H.P. Lovecraft, Sir Anthony Hopkins, Dr. Temple Grandin, Hannah Gadsby and more.
Did America's collective mental health get worse (and then better) after the first COVID-19 lockdown?
Clinical trials at the Feinstein Institutes for Medical Research focus on stabilizing cognitive loss and alleviating the psychotic symptoms that change our loved ones.
How much of this can be linked to genetics?
Let noted cognitive psychologist and linguist Steven Pinker introduce you to psychology.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) recently issued $8 million in follow-up funding to a team of neuroengineers developing brain-to-brain and brain-to-machine technology.
A popular and longstanding wave of thought in psychology and psychotherapy is that diagnosis is not relevant for practitioners in those fields.
A powerful new tool lights up the brains of worms, and may soon help draw maps of other animals brains.
No, being interested in BDSM does not mean you had a traumatic childhood.