The debate still rages: is the dress black and blue or white and gold? But what does it all mean? Pascal explains why it's about more than just the dress.
The dress is black and blue! Or is it white and gold? Neuroscience expert Pascal Wallisch discusses "the dress" and the ambiguity of visual perception.
We are happy to announce that Elsevier's Virtual Microscope won the 2015 PROSE Best eProduct Application.
A recap of the 2015 American Academy of Forensic Sciences Annual Meeting in Orlando.
Sex and gender are internally consistent. But is this also true for the sex/gender of the brain? The following study discusses brain sex differences.
Anyone can tell what time it is, but can they prove what time it WAS? Chet Hosmer highlights the relationship between guilt and time in digital investigations.
Warren Tryon, author of Computational Neuropsychology, discusses the clinical implications of dissonance induction and reduction.
Authors Richard Hofstetter and Fernando E. Vega discuss bark beetles: one of the biggest threats to tropical forests and that fresh cup of coffee.
Craig Carlson, chair of UC Santa Barbara’s Department of Ecology, Evolution, and Marine Biology (EEMB), has received the G. Evelyn Hutchinson Award from ASLO.
Warren Tryon, author of Computational Neuropsychology, discusses the clinical implications of consonance and dissonance.