Study reveals people who experience intense visual imagery during a Ganzflicker test have naturally lower frequency rhythms in the visual cortex, making them more susceptible to pseudo-hallucinations.
Aphantasia is marked by the inability to generate visual images in the mind’s eye. Researchers explore the neurobiological basis for the disorder.
People with hyperphantasia, the ability to visualize vividly, have stronger connections between their visual brain network and decision-making networks. By contrast, those with aphantasia, an inability to visualize, have weaker connections between the …
Humans use the primary visual cortex to process sounds in the dark. This not only occurs in those with sight but also those who were born blind.