Sniffing your date's armpit may help you determine their health, according to a new study.
Asymmetric brains may enhance sensory information processing, according to a new study.
The sounds a potato chip makes when you bite into it can make or break the "taste," a new study suggest.
Fear smells. Because terror triggers a heightened sense of smell, the same emotion can return whenever our noses detect aromas associated with scary memories.
Imagination can change what we actually see and hear, according to a new study.
Scientists recently discovered that people with high IQ scores process sensory information differently by suppressing "irrelevant" sensory information.