Researchers discover what they are calling social and asocial neurons in the prefrontal cortex.
Study reveals receptor movement is essential for synaptic plasticity as a response to neural activity. Halting receptor movement may block specific memory acquisition, researchers report, thus confirming the role of synaptic plasticity in learning and memory.
A new study reveals people are able to recognize images they have only seen for a few seconds up to 10 years after exposure.
Research reveals atrophy of the amygdala and hippocampus at age 40 in patients later diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease.
Young children with older sisters have better language skills than those with older brothers.