Researchers have identified a brain network that is involved in helping an infant learn to walk. Additionally, disruptions in the network may predict future risk of a child being diagnosed with ASD.
According to researchers, healthy people who experience subtle symptoms of psychotic disorders, such as hallucinations, have altered brain dynamics.
A new study reveals flexibility and modularity are negatively correlated in the brain.
Researchers discover brain areas in primates exclusively dedicated to analyzing social interactions.
Researchers suggest understanding fluctuations in brain networks may reveal how some people are able to learn new tasks more quickly.
Researchers created a computer model based on direct brain recordings from epilepsy patients and discover the existence of a network of neural regions directly involved in seizures.
Researchers find that, compared with neurotypical children, those with autism have multiple redundant connections between neighboring brain areas at the expense of long-distance links.