Neurons in the specific brain area responsible for processing faces are too broadly "tuned" in some patients with autism, leading to difficulties in discriminating between the facial features of different individuals, a new study suggests.
A neuroimaging study looks at how closely the human-pet relationship mirrors the mother-child bond.
According to researchers, Bond villain Biofeld doesn't have a good grasp of neuroanatomy.
Memory decline that starts during middle age may be the result of changes in what information the brain focuses on when forming and retrieving memories.
A new study explores the neural basis for facial recognition and identification.
Two new studies overturn currently held theories, finding the brain continues to grow in regions that also show changes in function.
Researchers report on the combined structural, functional and anatomical changes that occur in those born blind that are not present in the brains of people born with sight.
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.