Changes in microglia underlie depressive symptoms brought on by exposure to chronic stress, a new study reports.
The 'Friendship Bench' approach has been able to reduce the prevalence of depression in some communities in Zimbabwe, a new study reports.
Researchers look deeper look at the impact of associative learning, especially when it comes to the current political climate.
A new computerized 'mirror game' has been shown to give more accurate diagnosis of schizophrenia than clinical interviews, a new study reports.
Researchers turn to 'psychics', people who claim to "hear voices" without a diagnosis of a mental illness, to help find out more about the auditory hallucinations those with psychosis face.
Atypical activation and negative functional connectivity between the insula and ventromedial prefrontal cortex could explain why psychopaths lack empathy.
A single dose of oxytocin can enhance brain activity while processing social information in children with autism, a new study reports.