Researchers have revealed a new, non-invasive, pre-clinical biomarker for Alzheimer's disease.
Neuroimaging study reveals abnormalities in memory replay in those with schizophrenia.
Researchers report drinking alcohol can impair brain waves associated with decision making, but not necessarily motor control.
Two new NIH grants will allow researchers to combine neuroimaging techniques to better explore autism.
Using MEG data, a new AI algorithm called AI-MIND is able to assess dementia risk and the potential effectiveness of treatments for depression, researchers say.
A new study reports researchers have discovered a previously unknown relationship between brain function and structure. The findings could help explain how communication breaks down in diseases such as multiple sclerosis and schizophrenia.
Researchers discover four spectral features in the brain signals of schizophrenia patients that changed with age compared to healthy control subjects, suggesting that schizophrenia affects the way in which brain activity evolves with age.
Nonverbal children on the autism spectrum have a slower response to auditory stimulation. The longer response times were associated with poor communication skills. Brain imaging of the auditory cortex could serve as a biomarker for measuring the likelihood of language impairment in those with ASD.
Researchers have discovered frequency following responses coming from a part of the brain not previously known to emit them.
Scientists have discovered a biological marker that may help to identify which depressed patients will respond to an experimental, rapid-acting antidepressant like ketamine. The brain signal, detectable by noninvasive imaging, also holds clues to the agent's underlying mechanism, which are vital for drug development, say NIH researchers.
According to researchers, the speed at which a person speaks influences the way we hear and understand upcoming words. A new study reports our brain waves synchronize to speech rate, influencing how we hear and perceive words.