Why does it seem like sunsets are longer than sunrises?
As children younger than four, we could talk, think, and perceive. So why are those years so hard to remember?
Turns out, a UFO attack reported in 1969 was actually a salvo of meteor fragments.
When you use your imagination, you activate the same regions of your visual cortex as those used to see the outer world.
Learn about phobias to snakes and spiders on this edition of A Moment of Science.
Mate selection is tricky business. Here's how one amphibian merges two senses to narrow down its options.
Rats have a strikingly different visual system than our own, one that is carefully attuned to their unique needs.
Vision may not involve creating an inner model of the world in the brain.
Perhaps imagining someone else with the qualities you admire is one way to develop them in yourself.
What kind of information does the brain need--and what processes does it go through--to convert a view of something into knowledge about that thing?