Researchers have identified a unique mechanism that is unexpectedly effective at improving decision response accuracy. Decision making accuracy can be improved by waiting even just a fraction of a second. Waiting as little as 50 to 100 milliseconds allows the brain to focus on more pertinent information rather than extraneous matters.
New research regarding the reward and anxiety areas of the brain may help treat addictions.
A new study shows a brain that's not nearly as compartmentalized as scientists once thought.
A new study suggests that the biggest dinosaurs had relatively smaller brains.