The way your brain responds to certain words could be used to replace your passwords and verify your identity, a new study reports.
The AAN states doctors have an ethical obligation to educate and protect athletes from sports concussions.
Zaheera Shabbir presents her opinion about the use of nootropics as smart drugs to enhance cognitive abilities.
Researchers caution on the use of Brain Fingerprinting for criminal investigation.
Researchers move a step closer to creating a bench-top human which could eventually replace animal testing.
Non-communicative individuals, such as those in comas or vegetative states, may be able to express themselves better than is widely thought, a new study reports.
A new study claims clinical trials for neurological diseases often fail because the animal studies which preceded them were poorly designed or biased in their interpretation.
Electrical brain stimulation targeting the “dysregulated reward circuitry” could make deep brain stimulation a new option for the difficult-to-treat problem of obesity.
Researchers used a specialized infrared lens to measure pupillary changes to participants watching erotic videos. Pupils widened most to videos of people who participants found attractive, thereby revealing where they were on the sexual spectrum from heterosexual to homosexual.
Researchers can control the behavior of monkeys by using pulses of blue light to very specifically activate particular brain cells. The findings represent a key advance for optogenetics, a state-of-the-art method for making causal connections between brain activity and behavior. Researchers say that similar light-based mind control could likely also be made to work in humans for therapeutic ends.
Researchers from the Bellvitge Biomedical Research Institute at the University of Barcelona have coordinated research into how the IDPN nitrile causes neurological syndromes similar to those of the amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), a severe neuromuscular degenerative disease.
Analysis of recent H1N1 vaccination data indicated a small but significant risk of Guillain-Barre Syndrome following influenza A(H1N1) vaccinations.