Researchers report individual differences in functional brain connectivity reflects differences in how certain intrinsic connectivity networks engage during decision making.
Researchers report on why some people experience aphantasia, the inability to imagine in images.
A new NIH study reveals abnormalities in brain glucose metabolism could be linked to the severity of Alzheimer's pathology.
Zolpidem, a medication commonly prescribed for insomnia, appear to be effective in helping to restore a conscious state in some patients who were in comas or vegetative state.
Researchers have identified the activity of a genetic network that responds to social stress in mice.
Study confirms TBI can cause impulse control problems.
Reviewing brain scans of bipolar patients, researchers observe notable differences in the thickness of gray matter in areas of the brain associated with motivation and control inhibition compared to those without the disorder.
Decided to cut back on sugary treats? A new article considers why it might not be such a sweet idea for all.