A new neuroimaging study finds children who experienced maternal deprivation show different responses in the amygdala.
Researchers show toddlers who get messy in their high chairs are learning more.
Infants who carry a gene associated with an increased rick for Alzheimer’s disease have differences in brain development compared to those who do not carry the gene, a new study reports.
Researchers present a new theory which explains how critical periods are triggered during neurodevelopment.
Researchers discover abnormalities in cortical projection neurons during the development of the prefrontal cortex are a significant factor in the emergence of autism.
The connections between the right and left hemispheres of the brain strengthen during sleep for children. This strengthening could help brain functions mature, a new study suggests.
Using neuroimaging technology to measure the size and connectivity of the amygdala allows researchers to predict the degree of anxiety a young child experiences in daily life, a new study reports.