Using a mouse trauma model, researchers observe specific cells mount an immune response to concussion brain injuries in an attempt to prevent more widespread damage.
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.
Using neuroimaging technology, researchers reveal striking differences in brain connectivity between men and women.
A new neuroimaging technique allows neurosurgeons to see neural connections prior to surgery, thus preserving and protecting the brain’s critical functions when operating.
Researchers discover the brain mechanisms which underlie discourse comprehension.
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.
Researchers Discover Idling Brain Activity in Severely Brain Injured Patients Who “Wake Up” After Using a Sleep Drug
Researchers discover a signature of brain activity in some severely brain injured patients, who regained some consciousness after using certain drug treatments.
Neuroimaging brain scans show evidence of brain abnormalities four months after a mild concussion occurs, researchers report.