Researchers generate first genome sequence of tapeworm removed from a patient's brain.
Researchers attempt to unravel the mechanisms of how the brain learns.
White matter changes in older adults to allow for learning, while in younger adults changes are seen in gray matter, a new study reports.
Professional musicians might have the edge when it comes to long term memory, a new study reports.
Researchers 'rediscover' a neural pathway and provide new analytical tools which allow for easy identification of the brain structure.
According to a new study, the unconscious brain retains neural patterns of an infant's first language, even if they stop using it.
A new report offers deeper understanding of how children most frequently suffer head injuries.
According to a new study, learning a second language improves connections in brain networks for both young and older people.
A new neuroimaging study finds the anterior insula is smaller in school aged children previously diagnosed with depression.
Researchers develop a new, fast and inexpensive imaging technique for deep tissue immunolabelling.
A new study reports being shown images of others being cared for and loved reduces the brain's response to threat.
Researchers reveal the role the orbitofrontal cortex plays in executive control.
A newly developed online tool could aid future postnatal brain growth studies.
A new study could help explain why preterm babies are at higher risk of neurodevelopmental disorders.
Brain Anatomy Differences Between Autistic and Typically Developing Individuals Are Indistinguishable
A new study reports the brain anatomy in MRI scans of those with autism and typically developing individuals is virtually indistinguishable above the age of six.