Breastfeeding mothers with higher levels of oxytocin show more enhanced positive recognition of adult faces. The findings shed light on how oxytocin may support both continued nurturing behaviors and affects general social cognition of other adults.
Researchers uncover an intimate connection between methylation and the body's circadian rhythms.
Acute inflammation of the anterior cerebellum resulted in depression-like symptoms in rodent models. Suppressing microglia helped reduce hyperexcitability and symptoms of depression.
A new study reveals the ability to perceive differences between similar images may depend on the cultural background of the person viewing.