A new study reports that even during periods of rest, our brain is preparing us to socially connect with others.
Findings could have implications for treating psychiatric disorders that feature impaired decision making.
Habitual reactions to others could be altered during sleep based intervention, a new study reports.
Could our brains be hardwired to say no? A new study suggests it is.
Researchers find auditory hallucinations and delusions are more common in the general public than previously believed.
Findings could point to a new target to treat schizophrenia.
According to a new study, analogical learning processes are present in prelinguistic babies.
A new study reports people can be conditioned to associate images with certain pain responses.
According to a new study, people who were hospitalized for depression on five or more occasions were 40 percent more likely to develop Parkinson's disease than those who had been hospitalized one time.
Pets could prove to be a helpful addition to treatment programs designed to help children with Autism to improve their social skills, a new study reports.
According to a new study, on average, the variation for human traits and diseases is 49 per cent genetic and 51 per cent due to environmental factors.
Three new studies examine how people perceive colors differently when it comes to the photograph of 'The Dress'.