Researchers have identified key differences between the way males and females with schizophrenia process the emotional states of others than those without the condition. The study reports those with schizophrenia use less complex brain regions than healthy controls to process other people's emotions.
A new study reveals why some people like odors others find repulsive.
Study sheds light on the olfactory importance of the smell of a newborn baby's head and mother-child bonding.
Researchers at UCSD have isolated two microRNA molecules that are responsible for mediating neurotransmission switching from aversion to attraction, and vice versa.
Researchers discover memories of specific odors depend upon the brain's ability to learn, process and recall accurately during slow wave sleep.
Rockefeller researchers have developed a new diagnostic test that could help with early detection of disorders associated with olfaction problems, such as Alzheimer's and Parkinson's.
Researchers have identified a uniquely identifiable odor signature in urine that appears prior to the development of Alzheimer's related brain pathologies.
Researchers discover odors prompt neural activity in locust's brains which allowed them to correctly identify the stimulus, even when other odors are present.
Researchers report arginine methylation regulates dopamine signaling in human cells.