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 from Rockefeller University have identified what they claim to be 'remarkable' differences between the way the male and female brains respond to stress.
Modifying genes essential for sensing pheromones in ants resulted in the insects' displaying deficiencies in social behaviors and reduced ability to survive within a colony.
Researchers explain how SSRI antidepressants initiate action by targeting a specific type of nerve cells. Findings may lead to the development of faster acting antidepressants.
Study documents the mechanism that updates a fly's internal compass as it turns around.
Researchers discover brain areas in primates exclusively dedicated to analyzing social interactions.
Researchers report a plasma component that is usually involved in blood clotting and inflammation may also play a role in the development of Alzheimer's disease.
A new study reports a genetic predisposition in combination with early life stress appear to be more detrimental to males over females and may produce the social avoidance often associated with autism spectrum disorders.