A flaw in neural timing may explain why some people believe they have psychic abilities.
A new imaging system has allowed researchers to map whole brain distribution of senile plaques in mouse models of Alzheimer’s disease. The technique could help propel Alzheimer’s research and speed up the development of new treatments.
USC researchers reveal schizophrenia may be due to a disruption in the brain’s entire communication system, not just the temporal and prefrontal lobes.
Mentally strong kids turn into resilient adults who are equipped to tackle whatever life throws their way. Here’s how you can help your child build mental muscle.
A new technique may offer superior predictions for the outcomes of diseases with a genetic component, from Alzheimer’s disease to depression.
A new Scientific Reports study links structural changes in the teenage brain to behavioral changes when it comes to understanding the intention of others.
Researchers detail the complex interaction between alpha synuclein and the prion protein PrPc.
In our times of tragedy, pain and suffering, extending simply greetings can go a long way.
A large scale SPECT imaging study reveals women’s brains are significantly more active in more regions than males, including the prefronal cortex and limbic areas. Visual and areas associated with coordination were more active in males, researchers noted.
According to a new Journal of Neuroscience study, strong structural connectivity between the rostrolateral prefrontal cortex and inferior parietal lobe in young children is associated with improved reasoning in adulthood.