A new study reports that when at rest, neural networks are ready to execute even the simplest of behaviors and movements.
Light exercise, such as walking, could offer hope for re-establishing some neural connections in people with MCI and Alzheimer's.
Researchers reveal the precuneus is more connected to the dorsal attention network and less connected to the default mode network in people with chronic tinnitus.
A new study questions traditional views of how memories are formed and stored in the brain. Additionally, researchers propose a new mechanism for learning.
A new study investigates how the a specific brain network tracks the location and speed of an object, helping animals to prepare for imminent impact.
According to researchers, healthy people who experience subtle symptoms of psychotic disorders, such as hallucinations, have altered brain dynamics.
Researchers have identified a brain network that is involved in helping an infant learn to walk. Additionally, disruptions in the network may predict future risk of a child being diagnosed with ASD.