Through the eye of the beholder: People with autism may process illusory shapes differently
Researchers are finding the process in our brain that allows us to see these visual distinctions may not be happening the same way in the brains of children with autism spectrum disorder. They may be ...
Small, involuntary eye movements help us see a stable world
Involuntary, fixational eye movements play a bigger role in vision than researchers previously thought.
Can hearing loss be reversed? Research reveals clues that could regrow the cells that help us hear
The most common cause of hearing loss is progressive because these hair cells—the primary cells to detect sound waves—cannot regenerate if damaged or lost. Researchers at the Del Monte Institute for ...