According to researchers, deep brain stimulation reduces the desire to use heroin and rat models of addiction.
Electrical stimulation using extradural electrodes—placed underneath the skull but not implanted in the brain, is a safe approach with meaningful benefits for patients with Parkinson's disease according to new research.
Researchers have developed a neurofeedback system which allows Parkinson's patients to voluntarily control beta wave activity in the subthalamic nucleus.
Researchers have discovered a neural circuit that processes evaluations and have identified its sources.
A new study reveals deep brain stimulation helps reduce excessive synchronization of brain activity in the motor cortex of Parkinson's patients.
Manipulating newly identified pathways can reduce drug seeking behavior, a new study reports.
A new study reports the brain system involved in interrupting body movements also can put the breaks on our stream of thought.