YouTube and other social media sites can help people with severe mental illnesses find and provide peer support, researchers report.
Researchers report our brain uses previous visual experiences to predict how blurred objects would look in sharper detail.
A new study reports gamers who enjoy action video games, such as Call of Duty, appear to learn sensorimotor skills quicker than non-gamers.
According to a new study, people who endanger their lives to help strangers do so without deliberation.
Researchers report EvC, a rare genetic disorder could protect against bipolar affective disorder.
A new neuroimaging study reports Romanian children who spent their early years in orphanages often have thinner brain tissue in cortical areas corresponding to attention and impulse control.
Sulforaphane, a chemical derived from broccoli sprouts, could help improve behavioral and social problems associated with ASD, a new study reports.
Bigger brains don't necessarily mean greater intelligence, at least in mice and rats, a new study reports. The findings could have major implications for the future of research into learning and behavior.
A new study reports insomnia, especially in older people, stems from the quality of rest a person gets and not the overall amount of sleep.
Researchers pinpoint working memory as a potential source of learning difficulties some people with schizophrenia experience.
Educational achievement is heritable and is a combination of numerous traits, not just intelligence, a new study reports.
People suffering from chronic pain pay more attention to pain related words than those who are pain free, a new study reports.
A neuroimaging study looks at how closely the human-pet relationship mirrors the mother-child bond.
According to a new study, people reporting depressive symptoms in the US has increased.
Researchers report exercise can produce changes in skeletal muscles which can purge the blood of a protein that accumulates during stress.