Diet-induced changes to the reward system and innate differences may predispose mice to over-eating.
Impaired blood flow to specific areas of the brain coincides with Tau buildup in Alzheimer's patients. As cognition declines, the relationship between vascular dysfunction and Tau accumulation strengthens.
fMRI study reveals dogs do not have a specific face area similar to that of primates. Dogs' brain activity showed little response to faces but increased in response to seeing another dog over a human.
Study provides contrary evidence to existing theory, finding anxiety and fear reflect overlapping neural circuits.
Exercise increases levels of galanin in the brain stem, making mice more resilient to stress.
Synchronized activity between the ventromedial prefrontal cortex and temporoparietal junction improves learning and decision-making when people try to avoid harming others.