Researchers find heightened activity in the cerebellum when people embark in creative problem solving tasks.
A new study claims researchers have been able to reactivate memories which could not otherwise be retrieved by using optogenetics.
Could our brains be hardwired to say no? A new study suggests it is.
Findings could point to a new target to treat schizophrenia.
Researchers hope tracking the development of the spheroids and observing their interactions may shed light on human brain development and the molecular causes of neuropsychological disorders.
Researchers report the brainstorm of neural activity in premature babies is governed by the same rules as earthquakes.
According to a new study, researchers use optogenetic technology to manipulate neural circuitry and leave mice unable to sense rough or smooth surfaces.
Implanting neuroprosthetics into the posterior parietal cortex allows a paralyzed man to control a robotic arm through thought, a new study reports.
Researchers successfully reactivate brain plasticity in adult mice.
Researchers develop a new mathematical model to help better understand how the brain forms, and loses, memories.
Three new studies examine how people perceive colors differently when it comes to the photograph of 'The Dress'.