Cortical representations for the sounds and meanings of new words learned form within an hour or two following exposure.
Abnormal activation of parvalbumin neurons in the young mouse auditory cortex manifests as a result of maternal neglect.
Longer and more intense rehabilitation following stroke or TBI may produce greater benefits for recovery, a new study reports.
A drug currently used to treat cancer appears to sharpen memory. Researchers believe the drug could help people with Alzheimer's disease and other memory disorders.
A new study reports cholinergic neurons in the basal forebrain respond to reward and punishment with unusual speed and precision.
According to a new study, brief exposure to mild trauma or sudden sounds can permanently alter neural networks and form long lasting memories.
A new study reports on the importance of REM sleep for the developing brain and questions the increasing use of REM disrupting medications in children.