Researchers discover antagonistic neuron populations in the amygdala of mice which controls whether the animals engage in social behavior or asocial repetitive self grooming.
According to researchers, the volume of your parietal cortex could predict whether or not you are a risk taker.
Social status can determine differences between sizes of different brain regions in primates, a new study reports.
A new study reports on the functional advantages which caused the specific appearance of the human's angry face to evolve.
A neuroimaging study reports connections between certain brain regions are amplified in teens who are more prone to taking risks.
Choice bias is a byproduct of learning from reward, a new study reports.
A new neuroimaging study finds pornography triggers brain activity of sex addicts much the same way as drugs trigger the brains of drug addicts.
A new study reports emotional and behavioral problems can occur with even low exposure to lead. Additionally, as the levels of lead increase in the blood, so do the problems.
Using optogenetics, researchers link a particular brain circuit to social interaction in mice.
Depending on their circumstances, fruit flies can deploy two escape behaviors, a new study reports.
In order to overcome their egocentric take on the world, the supramarginal gyrus region of the brain must be developed in children, a new study reports.
New data links the amounts of certain neuropeptides in the brains of killer bees with their behavior both inside and outside the hive.
Male gamers who choose a female avatar are more likely to use emotional phrases and emoticons. They are also more likely to choose an attractive avatar, a new study reports.
According to new research, chimpanzees have almost the same personality trails as humans.
According to a new study, oxytocin appears to increase social behaviors in newborn rhesus monkeys.