A new study reveals a person's pupil dilation may give hints as to their risk of developing depression following a natural disaster.
A new study reveals the ability to perceive differences between similar images may depend on the cultural background of the person viewing.
Larger hippocampal volume in combination with how safe teens feel in their community environments contribute to how depressed they feel, a new study reports.
A new study looks at the long term ramifications of childhood lead exposure, finding links to lower cognitive function, IQ and socioeconomic status.
A new study reports a genetic predisposition in combination with early life stress appear to be more detrimental to males over females and may produce the social avoidance often associated with autism spectrum disorders.
While misinformation can cancel our accurate statements about climate change, researchers report that delivering a 'vaccine, or preemptive exposure, to fragments of misinformation may cancel out the negative false news and help preserve the facts.
A new study reports the in utero environment can impact teenage brain development, contributing to problems with cognitive processing and emotional regulation.
According to a new study, synthetic chemicals found in some insecticides can bind to melatonin receptors, creating a higher risk for people to develop diabetes and other metabolic disorders.
A new study reports both the environment and genetics affect brain activity related to language in the brain.
Researchers report mice living in an enriched environment and stimulating surroundings have healthier immune systems.