The Nose Knows Where Memories Go

“Humans were once pretty good at getting on their hands and knees to track prey with their noses from scents left on the ground,” says Michael Leon, UC Irvine professor…

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Neuroscientists and science educators gathered during the Brain Awareness Campaign Event: Understanding the Impact of Neuroscience Outreach at Neuroscience 2023 to celebrate neuroscience outreach efforts around the world. In this video, keynote…

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When most people hear the word “vision,” they think eyes. But UCI cognitive scientist and visual perception expert Cherlyn Ng says our sight would be terrible if we relied on the eyes alone. In this latest installment of the UCI Social Sciences Experts On series, Ng shares her research on the brain’s role in crafting what we see.

When most people hear the word “vision,” they think eyes. But UCI cognitive scientist and visual perception expert Cherlyn Ng says our sight would be terrible if we relied on…

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Researchers do not yet know whether every bad navigator is simply poor at survey knowledge, or whether some of the lost might be failing at other navigational subskills instead, such…

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