A new study investigates the link between frontotemporal dementia and abnormal eating behaviors.
Neuroimaging study sheds light on what drove the evolutionary development of human creativity.
Analyzing the work of great philosophers and recent neuroscience research, researchers conclude certain simple features, such as symmetry and roundness, make things more attractive to us.
Neuroimaging study of Spanish voters reveals negative political messages illicit stronger neural responses. Messages about corruption activate brain areas associated with risk and disappointment.
Combining brain scan images with machine learning, researchers identified a number of brain changes following TBI that share similarities with Alzheimer's disease. The findings add to the growing body of evidence that the two conditions follow the same trajectories.
Researchers find significant differences in the brains of teens with bipolar disorder that attempt to take their lives over those with the disorder who have never attempted suicide.
According to researchers, our senses of smell and vision make us aware that someone is on the verge of sickness, even before symptoms appear.
White matter connectivity between the auditory processing areas and brain areas associated with reward may explain why we like, or dislike music.
According to a new study, activation of the insula is reduced in young marijuana users when they face social exclusion.