Scientists have long known that when sounds are faint or objects are seen through fog in the distance, repetition of these weak sensory inputs can result in different perceptions. Now, scientists are figuring out why that is.
Researchers at New York University have discovered how brain rhythms are used to process music.
It turns out that colors are universal. Researchers have found that people from around the world think of colors the same way, regardless of the language used to describe it.
New findings published in the Frontiers in Zoology reveal that stripes might not offer protection for animals living in groups, including the zebra, as previously believed.
The American Academy of Medicine estimates that over 100 million Americans are dealing with chronic pain. Though issues resulting from chronic pain are oftentimes treated with different types of medication, researchers at Washington State University have discovered that patients can manage pain and ...