Vocal training of older rats reduces some of the voice problems associated with aging, new research suggests. The findings could help treat people with presbyphonia.
BigBrain, a 3-D reconstruction of a complete human brain, shows the brain's anatomy in microscopic detail.
Cortical anatomy is not represented by fixed differences between those with ASD and peers not on the autism spectrum. However, differences in symptom profiles and severity, age and cognitive ability are related to brain differences specific to ASD alone.
Researchers report the greater conversational turn taking between adults and children, the stronger the connections are between the Wernicke's area and Broca's area in the child's brain.
Researchers compared the brains of twins where one, or both, died with Alzheimer's disease. They discovered many of the twins not only had similar progressions of the disease before death, but also similar combinations of pathologies.
Different symptoms of ASD can affect different brain regions and neuroanatomy. AI technology allowed researchers to detect brain differences on an individual level in those with ASD.
Using a novel imaging technique, researchers produce a whole mouse brain atlas, which reveals how alcohol addiction, and abstinence, alter the functional architecture of the brain.
Researchers report the neural code of the prefrontal cortex is more efficient than the amygdala in both humans and primates. The lower resistance of the amygdala to errors in humans may play a role in exaggerated survival responses, such as those seen in anxiety and PTSD.
A new automated method can identify and track the development of tau deposits in the brain. The method could lead to an earlier diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease.
Abnormalities in different areas of the corpus callosum appear to be associated with different schizophrenia symptoms, a new study reports.