Cynthia F. Moss (PI), Noah Cowan, Joseph Katz, Rajat Mittal, and Susanne Sterbing (Co-PIs) were just awarded a new four year NSF grant through the Collaborative Research in Computational Neuroscience […]
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Congratulations to Angeles Salles on receiving the Society for Neuroethology Young Investigator award. The award recognizes emerging researchers who have shown outstanding promise and have made a significant research contribution […]
Congratulations to Daeyeol Lee on the publication of his book Birth of Intelligence through Oxford University Press.
Congratulations to Chaz Firestone (and his lab!) on receiving a grant from the National Science Foundation to study the perception of high-level relations.
Paper authored by Johns Hopkins researchers suggests knowledge of weight, hardness, and slipperiness can guide our attention during visual searches. Study participants found certain objects amid clutter about 20% faster […]
Johns Hopkins researchers find that from as young 14 months, babies who hear counting realize that counting indicates quantity. Babies who are years away from being able to say “one,” […]
Around 85 percent of students on campus are involved in some kind of research, whether it’s in the natural sciences, social sciences or the humanities. For new freshmen eager to […]
Some older adults without noticeable cognitive problems have a harder time than younger people in separating irrelevant information from what they need to know at a given time, and a […]
Study finds that people born blind develop rich and accurate ideas about appearance based on cultural interference.
New study finds that using rewards might incrementally improve learning, but performance overall improves when rewards aren’t available.