Today's Moment of Science asks the question: "Have you really been there before"?
Ever wonder what's happening inside your brain when you read a really good book? Find out on today's Moment of Science.
Research with amnesiacs suggests a deeper relationship between the landscapes of memory and imagination. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
According to one study, some kinds of cocoa could not only taste good, but be good for you, too. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
How is your grandparents' memory? Your great grandparents'? What happens to your mind as you grow old?
Can these "magic" shrooms tell us more about our brain chemistry?
They help us to communicate information more clearly, and they can make that information more memorable to our listeners.
Do you remember who won the world series in 1968, but forget where you left your keys? Are you great at remembering all the details of a story, but lousy when it comes to remembering people’s names? What our brains choose to remember, and exactly how they do it, has been the subject of scientific inquiry for quite some time. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
To most, metaphors are easily understood, but to people with damage to the angular gyrus region of their brains, metaphors are confusing. That is, they have trouble interpreting the figurative meaning of metaphors. All they can figure is the literal meaning of what they hear and read. Learn more on this Moment of Science.
Learn what humans will do for revenge, on this Moment of Science.