Study demonstrates a fetal origin for social and repetitive behavioral deficits, as seen in disorders like Autism.
Study explains the human tendency to look at a situation, or object, that needs improvement in different contexts, and instead, generally believe adding an element is a better solution than removing one.
A new study reveals people with ASD may be at higher risk of being manipulated as they find it more difficult to pick up social cues about deceit. Researchers say the ability to detect lies is significantly diminished in those with autism.
Researchers conclude the mind of an extremist is marked by a mixture of conservative and dogmatic psychological signatures. Extremists tend to be cognitively cautious, slower at perceptual processing, and have weaker working memory. This is compounded by impulsive personality traits that seek sensation and risky experiences.
Researchers are studying hunting behaviors in various flying insects to determine how their visual systems influence their attack strategy.
Mouse models of DiGeorge/22q1 Deletion Syndrome reveal a connection between mitochondrial dysfunction, deficits in cortical connectivity and cognitive impairments. Function was restored through antioxidant therapy.
Children aged between 10-12 were almost three times as likely to make healthier eating decisions after watching cooking shows that featured healthy foods.