A newly designed “seeing eye mask” can capture pulse, eye movements, and sleep signals.
A new study reveals the relationship between attentional state and emotions from pupillary reactions. Visual perception elicits emotions in all attentional state, while auditory perception elicits emotions only when attention is paid to sounds.
Using scenes from movies, researchers discover how different brain areas can be used flexibly and as needed. The study sheds light on how the brain transitions between moral thinking and empathy.
New eye-tracking technology monitors naturalistic eye movements in mice and discovers similarities and differences with human eye movement.