A new neuroimaging study identifies differences in brain areas in children with Tourette syndrome compared to peers without the disorder.
A new study reports people who multitask using several media devices at the same time have lower gray matter density in the ACC.
Researchers investigate the teenage brain and answer questions as to why behaviors change so much during these years.
Researchers have identified a link between cortical surface area, height and cognitive ability. The study reports taller people have bigger cortices, which in turn is linked to better cognitive function.
Neuroimaging brain scans show evidence of brain abnormalities four months after a mild concussion occurs, researchers report.
A new study links risk aversion to changes in gray matter volume in the right posterior parietal cortex.
A new study reports gray matter deficits in the caudate nucleus could mean that adolescents with ADHD may not grow out of the disorder.
A new neuroimaging study shows differences in brain structure according to how trusting people are of others.
According to a new study, women who abuse stimulant drugs have significantly less gray matter volume in brain areas vital for decision making and emotion.
Researchers link physical fitness in children to increased gray matter volume in areas of the brain implicated in language processing and reading skills.
An important new study reveals breast feeding not only helps pass immunity onto infants and reduces the risk of obesity, it can also help preterm babies develop more robust white matter.
According to a new study, preterm babies who were fed more breast milk for the first 28 days of life had larger gray matter volume and better cognitive skills by the age of 7.