Humans pay more attention to the upper half of their field of vision, according to a new study.
The brain can be trained to learn to see better, a new study reported.
Researchers found that the brain uses vision a lot more than previously thought when it comes to understanding language.
Even though we rarely touch the faces of people we meet, new research reveals that out sense of "touch" influences the way we perceive them.
After the treatment, his vision was measured to be 20/40, which means that he can see.
Sight can sometimes overpower taste and smell in determining the taste and allure of food, scientists claim.
For color-blind individuals, the condition may be cured – just by sliding on some spectacles.
Researchers find that men are more sensitive to visuals while women are experts at discriminating colors.
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