A new study reports inadequate iron intake during pregnancy can have implications for infant brain development.
According to a new study, the thickness of the fusiform face area can predict a person's ability to recognize faces and objects.
According to a new study, speech can be recovered on the right side of the brain following a stroke.
New discoveries about chimpanzees plays an important role in the neurobiological foundation of personality traits, researchers report.
Researchers report that a new imaging technique has found some people with hypertension also have signs of early brain damage.
A new study reports gray matter deficits in the caudate nucleus could mean that adolescents with ADHD may not grow out of the disorder.
Researchers discover reduced gray matter volume and enlarged ventricular spaces in the brains of glioblastoma patients who have undergone chemoradiation therapies. The brain changes appear early and are progressive.
Researchers use neuroimaging technology to visualize the pathways that connect the different areas of the basal ganglia. The research could lead to new tracking of disease progression in Parkinson's and Huntington's disease.
A new study links better math skills in children with cardiorespiratory fitness and associated gray matter thinning.
Researchers focus on gray matter volume on three areas of the brain. Findings suggest cardiovascular risk factors such as obesity and diabetes could be early indicators for Alzheimer's disease.
According to a new study, people who have problems regulating their emotions have smaller gray matter volume in the orbitofrontal cortex.
Do you get annoyed by that one tune going round and round in your head? Blame it on your cortical thickness.