Researchers explore the relationship between food buying habits and our neurobiology.
People use geometrical relationships to help orient themselves, a new study reports.
Following an induced stroke in mice, researchers find astrocytes help promote neurogenesis in the damaged part of the brain.
Researchers show how inflammation in pregnant mice can trigger excessive division of neural stem cells in their offspring. This can result in an overgrowth of the brain and autism like behaviors.
Bigger brains don't necessarily mean greater intelligence, at least in mice and rats, a new study reports. The findings could have major implications for the future of research into learning and behavior.
A new study provides a possible explanation as to what causes cognitive and memory problems associated with chemotherapy treatments.
A new study reports that a drug used to help treatment the crippling effects of stokes also shows potential for healing similar damage in TBI.
Researchers develop a new mathematical model which uses gene expression data to predict where neurons are located throughout the brain.
New research reveals some unique evolutionary innovations in the brains of primates.
Researchers compared the brains of twins where one, or both, died with Alzheimer's disease. They discovered many of the twins not only had similar progressions of the disease before death, but also similar combinations of pathologies.
A new study identifies eight distinct neural sub-networks which form the connectivity infrastructure of the mammalian cerebral cortex.
Researchers report when it comes to memory, we don't remember things we hear as well as things we see.
Researchers find a gene variant which could cause some people to be more impaired by TBI than others.
A new study reports a father's advancing age at childbearing can lead to higher rates of psychological and academic problems for the offspring.
Projecting images onto the floor of a maze, rodents can learn behaviors faster.