A new neuroimaging study reveals the brains of teenage girls who self harm show similar features to adults with borderline personality disorder.
A new study reports brain areas associated with moral and social disgust are triggered in people when they believe healthcare funding is split unequally.
Researchers have identified specific brain networks that helps us associate objects with their names. The study sheds light on how the brain connects meaning to words and could help explain why people with neurodegenerative diseases often have problems naming every day objects.
Brain training programs work, but only for practiced tasks, researchers report.
Researchers link physical fitness in children to increased gray matter volume in areas of the brain implicated in language processing and reading skills.
Researchers report both implicit and explicit emotional suppression reduces connectivity in brain regions associated with encoding emotional memories.
Exercise is associated with improved brain function and a decrease in cerebral blood flow in older people with mild cognitive impairment, a new study reports.
People often say you are only as old as you feel. This may be the case for the aging brain. Researchers say older people who feel younger than their age have increased gray matter volume in key brain regions, fewer signs of brain aging and performed better on cognitive tests than those who felt their actual age.
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Researchers report people with higher empathy process music with greater involvement in the brain's reward system and areas of the brain associated with social information processing.
Structural and functional alterations in the cognitive control network contribute to individual variability in memory performance during aging.