Long term stimulation of the serotonin system makes mice more active, a new study reports.
A new study reveals execution of action is a combination of random and predictable components that are processed in different brain regions.
Study may provide key insights into the visual system and perception.
Researchers have identified the variables that lead the brain to apply specific defensive strategies while under the threat of danger, and implicate a specific pair of neurons in this process.
Researchers say homeostatic synaptic plasticity facilitates Hebbian plasticity, influencing memory formation and learning.
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.
Time plays a key role when it comes to Weber's Law.
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.
Humans and mice use inference skills to solve problems in a remarkably similar manner.