A new study reports people with recurrent depression have significantly smaller hippocampi than healthy individuals.
A new study reports fructose produces less reward sensations in the brain than glucose.
Impulsivity may be reduced and brain function improved in patients with frontotemporal dementia by restoring low levels of serotonin, a new study reports.
Three simple, pre-programmed rules appear to help create the neural circuit connecting the fly's eye to its brain.
New dementia research comes up with new locations for words and sentence comprehension in the brain.
A new digital map of the aging brain could help with the diagnosis of Alzheimer's and other neurodegenerative diseases, researchers report.
A new neuroimaging study provides clues about trauma memory and how it is processed in the brain.
Common method used to measure brain size across species is not appropriate for looking at individual differences within the same species, a new study reports.
According to a new study, the cerebral cortex is thicker on average in those with Down syndrome, although the volume of the cortex is lower.
A new study reports on the anatomic reason why long term musical memory often stays intact for Alzheimer's patients.
According to new research, multiple cortical regions work together to process sensorimotor information, despite having predetermined specialized roles.
Researchers discover those who score higher for affective empathy have greater gray matter density in the insula.