Using neuroimaging technology, researchers discover lower numbers of opioid receptors in the brain of obese people.
A new study uses MRI technology to map the neuroanatomical differences and similarities in two different kinds of extroverts.
Researchers report preteens who like to experiment and engage in new experiences have stronger neural connections and brain processes than those who don't.
A new study reports growth factor could have regenerative effects for those with Parkinson's disease.
A new study investigates the relationship between brain plasticity and vision loss.
Researchers use neuroimaging technology to measure how people immerse themselves in situations and empathize with characters when listening to literature.
Long term smoking could cause cortical thinning, a new study reports.
A new study reports of abnormal development of gray matter in the Broca's area for both children and adults who stutter.
According to new research, the brain area which enables self reflection is larger in those who have lucid dreams.
Protein degradation in intact neurons has been observed by researchers, a new study reports.
Crowdsourced project identifies eight common genetic mutations which appear to age the brain by an average of three years, a new study reports.
A new study could help pave the way for developing adaptive rehabilitation programs following visual restoration surgery.
A new study reports the brains of those with autism display unique synchronization patterns. The findings could impact earlier diagnosis and future treatments for ASD.
Researchers develop a new method to allow brain slices to be physically magnified and imaged at a higher resolution.
Researchers report they are developing a new neuroimaging test which may be able to identify children with ASD in as little as two minutes.