A new study indicates periods of rest can help boost memory performance.
A new neuroimaging study finds children who experienced maternal deprivation show different responses in the amygdala.
Non-communicative individuals, such as those in comas or vegetative states, may be able to express themselves better than is widely thought, a new study reports.
Using neuroimaging techniques, researchers find people experiencing depressive episodes have increased brain activity when thinking about themselves.
A new study reports our brains fill in the color when we look at black and white images.
A new study reveals a patient in a seemingly vegetative state showed signs of attentive awareness which had not been detected previously. Researchers hope the findings could open the door to creating specialized devices to allow those in a vegetative state to interact with the outside world.
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.
Mistakes made during the associative learning process activate two distinct neural networks in the brain, researchers discover.