A new study reports mental rest and reflection boost memory and learning.
Researchers report finding hidden signatures in the brains of vegetative state patients that point to networks which support consciousness, even if the patient appears to be unresponsive.
People use geometrical relationships to help orient themselves, a new study reports.
A new neuroimaging study reports Romanian children who spent their early years in orphanages often have thinner brain tissue in cortical areas corresponding to attention and impulse control.
A neuroimaging study looks at how closely the human-pet relationship mirrors the mother-child bond.
A new study could help researchers find ways to enhance overall memory and learning in both healthy people and those with neurological problems.
Do you want to improve your memory? A new study suggests you participate in a spot of weight lifting.
A new neuroimaging study examines the brain networks which control the use of tools and other utensils.
A new paper reflects on the important advances in neuroimaging technology.
Researchers report a single dose of a widely prescribed antidepressant causes quantifiable changes in the brain within a matter of hours.
Opioid receptors involved in itch relief, a new study reports.
Connections between key brain networks develop more slowly in children and teens with ADHD, a new study reports.
A new study combines neuroimaging with Hitchcock movies to detect consciousness in patients in vegetative states.
According to a new neuroimaging study, people who donate their kidneys to strangers have significantly different brain structures to those who don't.
Researchers report the brain is able to compensate for a buildup of beta amyloid, a protein associated with Alzheimer's disease.