An accumulation of depressive symptoms suffered between a person’s twenties and forties are a strong indicator of linear decreases in memory function during their fifties.
Researchers have identified 40 new genes they believe are related to aggressive behavior in both humans and mice. The findings deepen understanding of the genetic basis of aggressiveness.
Researchers report our ability to identify and categorize visual information is an active process similar to memory stabilization.
Researchers have identified a link between reduced arginine levels and major depressive disorder.
Positive stimulation helps boost inherited intelligence in young children, researchers report.
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.