This suggests that the tone of voice you use when saying hello directly and immediately informs the first impression of the person to whom you are speaking.
You are sitting on your couch flipping through TV channels trying to decide whether to stay put or get up for a snack. Such everyday decisions about whether to “stay” or to “go” are supported by a brain region called the anterior cingulate cortex (ACC), which is part of the prefrontal cortex. (This is […]
A few numbers can help to define the challenge. The human brain is thought to have close to 86 billion neurons, each making on average about 10,000 connections. In contrast to most animals, our brains are largely made up of a heavily folded cortex, accounting for 80 percent of brain mass and about 100,000 miles […]
To crack the code of the brain,… two fundamental problems must be solved. The first is: “How does the machine work, starting with its building blocks, cell types, going through their physiology and anatomy,” he said. That means knowing all the different types of neurons in the mouse visual cortex and their function — information […]