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Half a billion years ago, an ancient wormlike animal was preserved in a seabed, whose fossil remains are now challenging our current theories about brain evolution.
New research seems to show that a popular theory of consciousness centered on a region of the brain known as the claustrum is likely wrong.
A new physics theory proposes novel solutions to a longstanding mystery, which philosophers call the hard problem of consciousness.
Coffee improves the functional connectivity within the human brain, making it operate at a higher level of efficiency, new research says.
There are different effects that spaceflight can have on the human body. From more exposure to radiation to...
Researchers exploring the evolutionary origins of music have found that the process of the brain recognizing melodies is older than expected.
New research is slowly unraveling the mechanisms involved in creating suppressed memories in the human mind.
New research has found a possible protein that could cause schizophrenia, giving hope for effective schizophrenia treatment options.
A new study says your brain may be “active and coordinated” during your time of death, potentially replaying...
You've probably met many psychopaths in your lifetime, and didn't know it. Welcome to the world of the high-functioning psychopath.
New research reveals how the brain balances the need to sleep with the need to wake up based on external sensory information.
Researchers from the University of Minnesota Medical School working with specialists from Massachusetts General Hospital have demonstrated that...
New research from MIT used AI to examine how and why our brains understand language. Your brain works just like your smartphone's autocorrect feature.
A new survey on people's views on mind uploading technology suggest those with Machiavellian tendencies show increased support for the process.
Have you ever thought you heard voices or music in the midst of random noise? Then you have likely experienced the common form of sensory illusion known as audio pareidolia.