Counterintuitive findings from a new USC Dornsife study show that the part of the brain that is associated with empathizing with the pain of others is activated more strongly by watching the suffering of hateful people as… more>
A new USC Dornsife study has found evidence suggesting that the brain works hard to understand those who have different bodies when watching them in action.
According to the study’s lead author, the finding supports… more>
Hate the Lakers? Do the Celtics make you want to hurl?
Whether you like someone can affect how your brain processes their actions, according to new research from the Brain and Creativity Institute (BCI), housed in USC… more>
It takes two to tango. Two hemispheres of your brain, that is.
USC researchers are working to pin down the exact source of creativity in the brain and have found that the left hemisphere of your brain, thought to be the… more>