How do we make decisions during times when we are uncertain? A new study may have clues. Researchers identified a specific set of neurons that prevent the brain from using unreliable information when faced with decision-making.
Researchers have identified a region of the thalamus that helps us switch between appropriate behavior required for different contexts.
Researchers report the mediodorsal thalamus plays a key role in rapidly updating information as we learn.
According to a new study, the Cav3.1 calcium channel plays an important role in normal sleep.
Disruptions in an inhibitory brain circuit between the thalamus and prefrontal cortex may underlie cognitive disorders such as schizophrenia.