FMRI gives voice to those with no movement

A new device can enable people who are completely unable to speak or move to manage unscripted back-and-forth conversation.

Can fMRI scans show what your dog is thinking?

Emory University researchers have begun a project to scan the brains of alert dogs using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and see how they react to hand signals from their owners.

Team demos Matrix-style automatic learning

Scientists say they've found a way for people to learn to play a piano, fly a plane or hit a curve ball with little or no conscious effort.

Report: Violent video games alter brain patterns

The debate over violent video games and their effects has raged on for over two decades. The latest? Researchers are now claiming they can demonstrate negative reactions in the brain caused by violent games in young men.

Scientists move closer to mind reading

Researchers at the University of Western Ontario say they can tell what action a person is planning, moments before they actually do it.

Blind people can echolocate using visual center of brain

Canadian researchers have discovered just how some blind people are able to navigate accurately using the same echolocation technique as bats and dolphins.

Neuroscientists know what you're planning, even when you don't

Neuroscientists at the University of California Los Angeles claim they can can predict your behavior better than you can.