While patients with schizophrenia, major depressive disorder, and bipolar disorder experience a lack of motivation and anhedonia, the neural patterns of emotion-behavior dissociation differ between the disorders.
Unique signatures of neural synchrony reflect whether pro-social or anti-social decisions are made. Brain regions, including the cingulate gyrus, amygdala, and medial prefrontal cortex, are highly synchronized when pro-social behavior is exhibited but decreases in the presence of anti-social behavior.
An international team of researchers have compiled the largest dataset to date that details differences between healthy brains and those with Alzheimer's disease. The researchers have released the data online and is free to use.
Researchers say those who use both cannabis and nicotine have greater brain connectivity that those who take one or the other. The networks of those who used both substances closely resembled those who people who took neither drug.
Using the movie Memento, researchers discover how the brain creates memories to piece together complex story lines.
A new study reports obese teens have disrupted connectivity between numerous areas of the brain involved in appetite regulation.
A new study uses MRI technology to map the neuroanatomical differences and similarities in two different kinds of extroverts.