According to a new study, women who abuse stimulant drugs have significantly less gray matter volume in brain areas vital for decision making and emotion.
Study reveals both similarities and differences in how the left and right sides of the brain process semantic memory.
A new neuroimaging study reveals patterns of asymmetry in the human brain may be unique to our species and could help explain how we developed language skills.
A new study reveals carriers of the ApoE4 gene who have chronic inflammation are more likely to develop Alzheimer's disease.
Researchers shed new light on how the human brain evolved to be language-ready. Compared to the brains of chimps, the patterns of connections of language areas in the human brain expanded more than was previously thought.
Researchers used electrodes implanted into the temporal lobes of patients to decode brain signals at nearly the speed of perception.
University of Birmingham researchers report a delayed response to processing written words could signify an increased risk of developing Alzheimer's disease in patients with MCI.
Researchers have identified a potential neuroimaging predictor for dementia that highlights brain structural changes that may occur years before people even notice memory problems.
A new test that uses graphic characters called 'Greebles' could help doctors detect early signs of Alzheimer's disease before the symptoms become apparent.
Using neuroimaging and Alice in Wonderland, researchers identify how the temporal lobe supports an unconscious language parsing process.