A new study reports a parasitic fungus emits a number of behavior controlling chemicals when it encounters the brains of ants.
Researchers discover individual neurons in the brains of zebrafish larvae which control the animal's swim speed.
Researchers report cortisol can strengthen negative memories.
Researchers produce a model of how individual excitatory and inhibitory neurons work together to control simple behavior.
Researchers discover increased brain size in areas such as the visual cortex are an essential element of evolution.
Researchers report monarch butterflies use a light dependent inclination magnetic compass to help them orientate during migration.
Researchers discover receptors for stress activated hormones are localized in oral taste cells responsible for detecting sweet, umami and bitter tastes.
Researchers evaluate whether becoming bipedal changed human neuronal function.
A new study suggests that our gut instinct has significant impact on how we react to fear.
Musical training can increase blood flow to the left hemisphere of the brain, a new study reports.
According to new research, chimpanzees have almost the same personality trails as humans.
Researchers suggest myelin is not as ubiquitous as thought.
Researchers report that the language we learn as children, as well as hearing status, affect the structure of the brain.
Researchers provide the first comprehensive data set on how the mammalian brain is wired.
According to a new study, female night owls had cortisol levels comparable to men. The researcher suggests high cortisol levels could be a biological mechanism which explains higher risk taking in night owls.