Researchers provide new insight into human consciousness, reporting we don't consciously choose our feelings or thoughts; we simply become aware of them.
Using transcranial magnetic stimulation, researchers were able to increase and decrease people's enjoyment of music; and desire to listen to more.
Using mini-brains grown in the lab, researchers have discovered schizophrenia likely begins toward the end of the first trimester of fetal development. Researchers believe, based on their findings, schizophrenia could potentially be treated in utero.
Findings could help to develop new strategies that can help parents to regulate their own emotions while managing their child's aversive behavior.
Spending time walking in nature can help facilitate more positive relationships and family cohesion, a new study reports.
Researchers look deeper look at the impact of associative learning, especially when it comes to the current political climate.
GABA concentration within the hippocampus may predict a person's ability to block memory retrieval and prevent unwanted thoughts from occurring, a new study reports.
Researchers report up to 80% of people diagnosed with adult onset ADHD likely do not have the condition. For the 20% of adults who may have ADHD, doctors may have missed the condition during childhood, the researchers conclude.
Elevated glycine levels are associated with the onset of psychosis, a new study reports.