Activity in the substantia nigra is similar following a day of social isolation as it is following a day of starvation.
A new study reports brain cells may preferentially activate a copy of one parent's genes over the other in offspring.
Long term stimulation of the serotonin system makes mice more active, a new study reports.
Researchers report cells in the brain’s dorsal raphe nucleus use visual clues to assess whether attempts at movement have been effective.
Discovery about serotonin neurons could lead to better treatments for anxiety, depression and other psychological illnesses.