Object and facial recognition abilities are associated with the same brain area but are characterized by different depths of cortical layers, which form at the age each ability was acquired.
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.
According to researchers, Bond villain Biofeld doesn't have a good grasp of neuroanatomy.
A new study explores the neural basis for facial recognition and identification.
Researchers examined the effects oxytocin and vasopressin had on perceptions of social dominance. Oxytocin increased perception of greater dominance. Neuroimaging revealed the findings were also reflected in changes in brain regions associated with social perception.
A neuroimaging study looks at how closely the human-pet relationship mirrors the mother-child bond.
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 found altered cortical and subcortical networks in those with schizophrenia and their unaffected first-degree relatives. Findings suggest brain regions associated with a genetic predisposition to schizophrenia are partly separated from brain regions implicating neural abnormalities.