A new study reports researchers have been able to alter the emotional association of specific memories by manipulating neural circuits in mouse brains.
Researchers have discovered a fundamental constraint in the brain which could explain why some skills are easier to learn than others.
Researchers provide evidence that an absence of MK2/3 is linked to early signs of dementia.
A new study reports on how the brain makes sense of new spaces, both large and small.
Researchers have determined the detailed structure and movement of the glutamate receptor.
A recent neuroimaging study casts doubt on theories that Austalopithecus africanus' infant brain development was similar to that of modern human infants.
Researchers report children as young as two are able to use complex mathematical concepts to help them make sense of the world around them.
A new study reports a parasitic fungus emits a number of behavior controlling chemicals when it encounters the brains of ants.
A new paper describes the scientific motivations for studying neural activity, along with a class of machine learning, called dimensionality reduction, for interpreting the activity.
A new study reports on how neurons in the inferotemporal cortex respond to being shown a barrage of images.
Using optogenetics, researchers endow mice with greater touch sensitivity.
Two new NIH grants will allow researchers to combine neuroimaging techniques to better explore autism.
Researchers report the striatum acts as a sensory hub which integrates various types of sensory information.
Researchers report the dorsal medial habenula could control a person's motivation to exercise.
According to a new study, the amygdala has an inhibitory effect on cortisol during early development of nonhuman primates.