Instead of placing an implant in the part of the brain that control motion, scientists placed two in the area that plans movements.
People are tricked into thinking they can't be seen in an experiment that could have applications for anxiety treatments.
New study suggests EEG monitoring of brain activity is more accurate than traditional survey techniques.
We're getting closer to making 'wet' brains as well as making computers smarter.
Two new proposed systems would use vibrating skin patches and electrode caps.
Futuristic electroshock therapy aims to make you feel better.
Researchers examine whether a brain-stimulating device could help prep the brain for physical therapy. Continue reading →
The patient is better able to do his job as well as cope with everyday situations.
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