A new study reports many people with intellectual disabilities are being prescribed antipsychotic medications even though they have no record of mental illness.
Researchers identify a set of genetics variants which are significantly associated with addiction to cigarette smoking.
According to a new study, feeling sad can lead to changes in our color perception.
A new study reports parental views on justice have an impact on the moral development of their infants.
The gene SKA2 appears to predict more severe PTSD symptoms, a new study reports.
A new study reports that serotonin promotes the consolidation of traumatic memories following stress events. Additionally, SSRI medications which are commonly prescribed for PTSD may make the condition worse by enhancing the effects of serotonin.
A new study reports shifting sleep patterns has a negative impact on the immune system.
A new study links an infant's performance on cognitive tasks to later learning progress.
A new study reports shortening the school week to four days has a positive impact on academic achievement in math for elementary aged children.
A new study reports people with borderline personality disorder have lowered brain activity in areas important to empathy.
Researchers have developed a new intranasal device that delivers oxytocin directly to the brain.
According to researchers, fMRI brain scans may be used to predict a patient's responsiveness to antipsychotic medications.