A new study which developed a system designed to observe different strains of mice living together in a 'Big Brother house' pen and with no human intervention, provides some unusual insights into social behavior which enables social hierarchy.
New research finds the pain of social rejection might not prompt the same brain response as physical pain, as previously thought.
According to new research, the 9/11 terror attacks may have caused 1 million former smokers to take up and maintain the habit once again.
A synthetic compound, decynium-22, is able to turn off SERT in the brain, enhancing the effectiveness of SSRIs.
Mutations of the Dact1 gene, which leads to major birth defects, may also cause subtle disruptions in the brain which contribute to the development of psychiatric disorders, according to new research.
Researchers determine whether people's actions exhibit certain social capabilities when performing multiple-action tasks with a partner.
A new study finds sleep deprivation could play a role in ramping up specific brain regions which contribute to excessive worrying.
A new study shows members of the military who have trouble sleeping prior to deployment are at greater risk of developing PTSD when they return home.