Researchers discover SMEK1 promotes the differentiation of neural stem and progenitor cells while, at the same time, keeping these cells in check by suppressing their uncontrolled proliferation.
A new study describes a feedback loop which modulates the processing of auditory signals in a frequency-dependent manner.
Researchers investigate how the brain responds to complex audio-visual stimuli.
Studying juvenile zebra finches, researchers discover a mechanism which could possibly be responsible for the differences in the intensity of song learning.
The NIH is awarding researchers $18.8 million to help support global research into concussions and TBI.
Researchers investigate how neurons are generated in hope to find potential new treatments for TSC and other neurological disorders.
Using neuroimaging techniques, researchers find new clues as to what happens to the brain as it slips into unconsciousness.
Researchers indicate that brain scans show signs of autism which could eventually support behavior-based diagnosis.
Researchers find the pitch-accent in words pronounced in standard Japanese activates different brain hemispheres depending on whether the listener speaks standard Japanese or one of the regional dialects.