Reality is more distorted than we think.
Nearly 90% of the world's blind live in low-income countries.
What most people don't realize is that everyone's imagery is different.
People who go ballistic over other people's eating sounds aren't just cranky — they have misophonia.
It uses radio waves to pinpoint items, even when they're hidden from view.
A simple trick allowed marine biologists to prove a long-held suspicion.
"The smell of fresh chopped parsley may evoke a grandmother's cooking, or a whiff of a cigar may evoke a grandfather's presence," says author.
How long should one wait until an idea like string theory, seductive as it may be, is deemed unrealistic?
Their ear structures were not that different from ours.
In-depth research suggests BDSM practitioners can experience altered states of consciousness that can be therapeutic.
This small-scale study may have uncovered a new link between the peripheral nerve system and autism.
A new study provides validation for the recently identified phenomenon.
Some volunteers performed above chance. They weren't the psychics.
Night owl or early bird?
Is your red the same as mine? Probably not.
Research finds that our sense of self can be manipulated by certain smells and sounds.
Fractal patterns are noticed by people of all ages, even small children, and have significant calming effects.
Mice will even run on a wheel in nature. Pheromones help inspire that behavior.
These tiny fish are helping scientists understand how the human brain processes sound.
Certain colors are globally linked to certain feelings, the study reveals.
A large-scale study from King's College London explores the link between genetics and sun-seeking behaviors.
An intriguing theory explains animals' magnetic sense.
Examining the differences between anxiety and COVID-19 symptoms and discussing the possibility of IAD (illness anxiety disorder) during a global pandemic.
New research conducted on the brains of mice suggest it may be possible to "switch off" particular food cravings.
You may be surprised at how your body and brain react to this type of pleasure.
A study uses sugar water experiments to show that hummingbirds can see colors invisible to us.
A new study explores how the brain encodes different scents — a topic which scientists know relatively little about, compared to our other senses.
Recent studies suggest virtual reality porn can produce a more positive experience than viewing from a monitor or screen.
A groundbreaking Stanford University study explains the areas of the brain that are impacted by hypnosis.
There are countless studies that prove ecotherapy (often referred to as nature therapy) is beneficial for your physical and mental health.