Prefrontal cortex activity reveals those who have a more detached personality have similar activity when processing information relating to both social and non-social stimuli. By contrast, those who are more agreeable have significant differences in PFC activity when processing the different forms of information.
Researchers describe their findings about how the Foxg1 gene is involved in the development and differentiation of neurons and glial cells from stem cells.
A new study sheds light on why some people with Parkinson's disease binge eat. Researchers report working memory impairment and alterations in reward sensitivity could be behind why binge eating can be problematic in those with Parkinson's.
The preference to use one hand over the other is already defined by the 18th week of gestation, a new study reports.
Those with alexithymia, a psychological condition in which people have difficulty in the emotions they are experiencing, may also have an altered physiological response to olfactory stimulation, researchers report.
Researchers detail the complex interaction between alpha synuclein and the prion protein PrPc.
According to researchers, the larger the amount of gray matter in the anterior superior temporal sulcus, the more likely you are to forgive those who have unintentionally caused you harm.
A new study looks at the role the visual system plays in our food decisions.