Lights, sound, action: we are constantly learning how to incorporate outside sensations into our reactions in specific situations. In a new study, brain scientists have mapped changes in communication between nerve cells .
The Myth of the ‘Autistic Shooter’ Fewer than 5 percent of violent crimes are committed by people with mental illness. Fewer than 5 percent of people with mental illness commit violent crimes. - The New York Times
Pulling consecutive all-nighters makes some brain areas groggier than others. Regions involved with problem solving and concentration become sluggish when sleep-deprived, a new study using brain scans reveals. Other areas keep ticking along, appearing to