Based on this line of thinking, researchers now approach autism as a complex condition, a “broader phenotype” which a person can have in higher or lower degrees. Continue reading Teasing out our Neurodiversity: the Autism-Spectrum Quotient
Why do some flavors make you feel warm, while others make you feel cool? These and other flavor-related questions are addressed in this explainer. Continue reading Why do flavors feel warming or cooling?
The movie got rather bad reviews from critics (justified as I would say), however it raises some interesting neuroscientific questions about what goes on in our brains after we die. Continue reading Flatliners: What is going on in your brain after you die?
We age every day. Most of the time we don’t realize it. But the aging process is a relentless force of nature. What happens in our brains as we get older? Continue reading Life of Brain: How the Brain Matures over the Lifespan
Usually, when it comes to our early childhood, we have to blindly rely on our family members to tell us about our lives. Only a handful of occasions remain as “snapshot” memories, where we can remember a single event, but can’t normally place them into a specific context.Continue reading “Childhood Memories: A Blank Period In Our Lives”