People with aphantasia are incapable of forming mental images.
  • BrainFacts/SfN
  • 3 min
There are many little problems to handle well before your day starts, but your brain is there to get you through it all.
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Neuroscience has begun to trace the complex network of cognitive and neural processes that come together to create sudden insight.
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Imagine a duck teaching a French class. A ping-pong match in orbit around a black hole. A dolphin balancing a pineapple. You’ve never seen any of these things, but you can imagine them instantly.
  • TED
  • 5 min
What may seem like whimsical creations are actually important for some children’s cognitive growth.
  • Science Friday
  • 8 min
One of the fundamental questions motivating neuroscientists is to understand the relationship between brain activity and lived experience: how the different parts of the brain work together to produce the key ingredients for behavior: memory, feeling, thinking and imagination.
Ed Catmull, president of Pixar, gave a lecture at the Society for Neuroscience Meeting. What does movie making have to do with brain science?
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We are time surfers, riding a wave made of ephemeral moments toward a future of our own imagining.