Neuroimaging study reveals significant brain changes in areas associated with language comprehension, cognition, and circadian rhythm control six months after COVID-19 infection.
A neuroimaging study reveals distinctive changes in white matter and other brain tissue physiology in Lyme disease patients during the post-treatment phase. The study also found unusual activity in the frontal lobe, a brain area associated with memory recall and concentration in those who had been treated for Lyme.
Study identifies a different class of meditative practices that seek to employ and regulate the state of stress an individual experiences, rather than reduce it, to achieve a more heightened state of focus and attention.
Interacting with dogs leads to greater activation in the prefrontal cortex, an area of the brain associated with emotional and social processing.
Using artificial neural networks to analyze neuroimaging data, researchers are able to accurately determine biological age.
Researchers have developed a new sensor that allows scientists to image the brain without missing signals for an extended period of time and deeper in the brain than current technology allows.
While neuroimaging may be a standard in neuroscience and psychology research, a new study says researchers are massively underestimating how large the study sample must be for a neuroimaging study to produce reliable findings.