Singing in a social group such as a choir may help protect cognitive function and treat aphasia in older adults.
A new mouse study reveals our sleep position may influence the glymphatic system and could increase the risk of developing ALS or other neurodegenerative diseases.
Neuroimaging technology allowed researchers to capture the activity of microglia and astrocytes in the brain. The researchers were able to quantify alterations in the morphology of different cell populations implicated in neuroinflammation.
Attendees of social gatherings like Burning Man who report the event was a transformative experience in their lives report feeling more connected with all of humanity and are more willing to help distant strangers.
Researchers characterize a novel neural population within the striatum that appears to be responsible for the interplay between acetylcholine and GABA.
Depression, stress, and anxiety in pregnant women that occurred as a result of the COVID-29 pandemic may have an impact on fetal brain development.
Novel sensors made from modified carbon nanotubes can visualize the release of dopamine from neurons with unprecedented resolution.
Glycan, a special sugar protein, appears to play a significant role in the development of Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers explore the impact of different cultures and languages on the development of abstract thoughts in the brain, reporting those who grew up in different cultures and speak different languages form abstract concepts in the same brain region.
Researchers say latent learning occurs without explicit teaching.