Pop culture suggests humans use only a fraction of their mental capacity—scientists disagree.
A supersensitive new instrument is helping Columbia scientists study the intricacies of neurodegenerative disease.
"Something as fluid as enjoying art has demonstrable and measurable effects on how our mind works."
Why does choosing what to eat for dinner or what to watch on TV suddenly feel impossible? CNN Chief Medical Correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta and neuroscientist Daphna Shohamy explain that we may need to look inside the human brain for the answers.
Bianca Jones Marlin, PhD, offers some advice for training the brain to work from home.
A study in mice led by Attila Losonczy, MD, PhD, and Stefano Fusi, PhD, does not find evidence supporting two popular ideas for how the brain bridges temporal time gaps.
Charles Zuker, PhD, explains why we want sugar so terribly. The reasons why go far beyond taste.