All mothers are aware that breastfeeding provides certain advantages over bottle feeding for babies. A new study reveals children who were breastfed as infants, even for a short period of time, performed better at cognitive tests at age ten than their bottle-fed peers.
Neuroimaging revealed when people saw an anomalous face, the fusiform gyri and amygdala showed significant neural responses. Activity in a region of the left amygdala, which correlated with less pro-social responses to the anomalous face, appeared to relate to the participant's belief about justice in the world and their degree of empathetic concern.
A new theory bridges the gap between philosophical arguments for free will and neurocognitive reality.
A new meta analysis study identifies dysfunction of neurocognitive networks across multiple psychiatric disorders.
Persistent inflammation may underlie HIV associated neurocognitive disorders in patients taking specific antiretroviral drugs, a new study reports.
Researchers present a new theory about dreaming, suggesting dreams may be an accidental byproduct of our waking cognitive abilities.
Researchers discovered some protease inhibitors used to treat HIV can lead to the production of the peptide amyloid beta.
Neurocognitive impairments may serve as early warning signs for schizophrenia, a new study reports.
A new study reports continued heavy drinking in older people is associated with poor global cognitive and motor functions.
According to a new study, preterm babies who were fed more breast milk for the first 28 days of life had larger gray matter volume and better cognitive skills by the age of 7.