Neuroimaging study reveals teens with more gray matter in the caudate nucleus and left cerebellum were at increased risk of problem alcohol use over time. The findings reinforce the idea that brain structure differences may contribute to both psychiatric and substance use disorders.
A new study reports gray matter deficits in the caudate nucleus could mean that adolescents with ADHD may not grow out of the disorder.
Researchers link physical fitness in children to increased gray matter volume in areas of the brain implicated in language processing and reading skills.
The compulsions in OCD could be due to a misfiring in the caudate nucleus, a new neuroimaging study proposes.
A new study reports networks of astrocytes are altered in areas of the brain associated with mood regulation in some people who committed suicide as a result of depression.
Machine learning can predict, with significant accuracy, whether a person is a musician or not, based on fMRI data collected while subjects listened to music.