Neurological Correlates Allow Us to Predict Human Behavior
Neurological Correlates Allow Us to Predict Human Behavior
A combination of factors, from oxytocin release as an indicator of emotional investment to cortisol and other hormones that correlate with attention, can forecast what people will do after an experience.
Neurological Correlates Allow Us to Predict Human Behavior
Neurological Correlates Allow Us to Predict Human Behavior

A combination of factors, from oxytocin release as an indicator of emotional investment to cortisol and other hormones that correlate with attention, can forecast what people will do after an experience.

A combination of factors, from oxytocin release as an indicator of emotional investment to cortisol and other hormones that correlate with attention, can forecast what people will do after an experience.

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Unravelling Memory’s Mysteries: A Profile of Elizabeth Buffalo
Unravelling Memory’s Mysteries: A Profile of Elizabeth Buffalo
Diana Kwon | May 1, 2020
Studying nonhuman primates, the University of Washington neuroscientist has identified important features of the neural underpinnings of learning and memory.
Brain Rhythms Guide How Humans Pay Attention
Brain Rhythms Guide How Humans Pay Attention
Phil Jaekl | Dec 1, 2018
A perception of sustained focus may actually be the result of cycles of fluctuating rather than continuous neural activity, according to new behavioral and neurological data from studies in humans and macaques.
Image of the Day: Flying High
Image of the Day: Flying High
Sukanya Charuchandra | Sep 11, 2018
Researchers analyzed pigeons’ head movements in flight.
ADHD Linked to Structural Differences in the Brain
ADHD Linked to Structural Differences in the Brain
Kerry Grens | Feb 20, 2017
Imaging data show smaller volumes in several brain regions among people diagnosed with the behavioral disorder.
Rat Race
Rat Race
Molly Sharlach | Dec 31, 2014
Neuroscientist Anthony Zador explains why he uses rats to understand auditory attention in the brain.
Liking Amphetamine Linked to Reduced Risk of Mental Disorders
Liking Amphetamine Linked to Reduced Risk of Mental Disorders
Emily Willingham | Apr 7, 2014
People who report having enjoyed amphetamine are more likely to have gene variants associated with protection against attention deficit-hyperactivity disorder and schizophrenia, a study shows.
Gorillas in the Lung
Gorillas in the Lung
Chris Palmer | Jul 18, 2013
Inattentional blindness causes 83 percent of radiologists to fail to spot an image of a gorilla inserted into the CT scan of a pair of lungs.