After a loved one dies, most people see ghosts
A new study looks at the connection between exercise and memory loss
That might be stretching things but, as an expert on animal cognition discusses, certain birds display startling abilities and intelligence
Scientists show that it's possible to erase specific memories in the brain
A neuroanthropologist explains what Colombian teenagers can teach neuroscientists about addiction
The brain can store a vast number of memories, so why can't we find these memories when we need to? A new study provides insights into this question.
People are programmed to avoid inequality
A psychology professor explains how thoughts of death influence how we vote or make other decisions
How dynamic changes in brightness cause you to see movement where there isn't any
A neurologist explains why you shouldn't believe in political candidates that sound too sure of themselves.