A new study reports Alzheimer's disease does not appear to affect the salience network. Researchers found, when listening to music, the salience network along with other networks, show higher functional connectivity in Alzheimer's patients.
Researchers turn to neuroscience to help explain why some people are more creative than others.
Researchers report our visual attention pays most attention to parts of a scene that have meaning to us, not the parts that stick out.
Findings about how early life social stress affect brain connections in mice may have implications for treating human psychiatric illnesses.
Researchers document neural changes associated with hypnosis.
According to researchers, stories that force us to think about our deepest moral values activate a brain region once thought to be on autopilot.
A new study reports chronic video game playing is associated with hyperconnectivity between a number of brain networks, and reveals why these brain changes could be both beneficial and harmful.
Study provides evidence of genetic underpinning for neural synchrony.
New research suggests the high relapse rate in smokers could be explained by diminished connectivity in key brain networks.