Combining PET neuroimaging with a specific intravenous radioactive compound allows researchers to distinguish Lewy Body Dementia from Parkinson's disease and Alzheimer's in brain scans.
Disrupted cannabinoid signaling impairs learning by altering behavioral states.
Study reveals a novel learning process orchestrated between the digestive system and brain that compels animals to seek out novel foods.
Researchers have developed a new method of measuring axons using MRI neuroimaging.
Humans and mice use inference skills to solve problems in a remarkably similar manner.
Study reveals the function of specific immune cells, well documented as playing a significant role in gut health, is directly controlled by our circadian clock.
Time plays a key role when it comes to Weber's Law.
Researchers report that neuron loss in Alzheimer's disease may not be such a bad thing. The study reveals the loss of neurons may be the result of a cell quality control mechanism attempting to protect the brain from the accumulation of malfunctioning neurons.
Researchers say homeostatic synaptic plasticity facilitates Hebbian plasticity, influencing memory formation and learning.