Electric fields may represent information held in working memory, allowing the brain to overcome representational drift.
A novel probe for fMRI traces connections between neurons, helping researchers map brain circuits that underlie behavior and perception.
Neuroimaging reveals surprisingly few links between white matter structure and reading ability in children.
Different types of dendrites process incoming information in different ways before sending it to the body of the neuron.
Researchers have created a comprehensive atlas of cell types in the brain's cerebrovascular system.
Kissing, sharing food, or any other interaction that involves saliva are signals babies and young children use to determine whether two people have a strong relationship and mutual obligation to each other.