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What Neuroscience Says about Free Will


Choice May Sometimes Be A Cognitive Illusion

We may believe that we’re making decisions consciously when the decisions have actually already been made, results from two studies show. ... More>


Observation

Brain Reconciles Sight and Sound in Different Ways

A new study investigating how the brain combines sound and vision suggests that there is no one mechanism governing the degree to which our senses work together to process information. ... More>


Eating something sweet can lead to a romantic date


New Research From Psychological Science

A sample of new research exploring multisensory integration between tasks, cognitive control and interpretation of heard speech, and the relation between attention and perceptions of attractiveness. ... More>