Researchers have identified a control mechanism for an area of the brain which processes sensory and emotive information.
A new neuroimaging study links kappa opioid receptors in the brain to a narrow cluster of symptoms associated with PTSD.
A new study adds to the developing evidence of the role genetics plays in some cases of PTSD.
According to a new study, neurons created from iPSCs of people with schizophrenia secrete higher amounts of dopamine, norepinephrine and epinephrine.
New research could lead researchers to a better understanding of the development of psychiatric disorders such as depression and anxiety.
Researchers report xenon gas, normally used in humans for anesthesia, could potentially be used to treat PTSD.
A new study reports autism risks appear to be attributed to maternal depression during pregnancy, and not antidepressant medications as previously believed.
Difficulty in assessing the amount of effort required to complete a task could be the reason people with schizophrenia often have trouble setting themselves goals, a new study reports.
A new study reports people with Schizophrenia are as happy as people with good physical and mental health.
Researchers report a genetic variation linked to some mental illnesses reduces synaptic growth in developing brains.
A new study reports that depression is under-treated in Parkinson's patients.
According to a new study, older adults who sleep poorly are more likely to die by suicide than those who are well rested.
Researchers say they are closer to developing effective treatments for schizophrenia after uncovering dozens of sites across the human genome which are strongly associated with a genetic disposition to schizophrenia.
The underlying architecture of the brain at rest is basically the same as that of a person performing a variety of tasks, a new study reports.
Researchers find circuits involved in pursuing rewarding experiences are more strongly activated in bipolar patients.