The watercolor illusion takes advantage of how our brains perceive shapes and colors
Nerdy art doesn't have to look dorky.
Honoring the first computer programmer and all women in STEM
The following is an excerpt from Adam Alter's new book Drunk Tank Pink: And Other Unexpected Forces That Shape How We Think, Feel, and Behave, available on Amazon.
A change of skin tone can bring a change of heart, apparently.
The illusion could one day help people conquer their fears
Humans have been searching for newer, better colors since, well, forever.
A shape-shifting optical illusion.
The Müller-Lyer illusion toys with how your brain remembers the world around you.
An important science question AND a cute cat video.
But you'd be forgiven for thinking otherwise.
A brain scientist's guide to fashion.
Snakes on a plane.
Brands know exactly how to play into your mistrust of. . . brands.
Why do the eyes in some paintings appear to follow the viewer around the room?
The pigments morph because of the Munker-White illusion.
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The treadmill works out your brain, too.
Just a random fact we thought you might like to know