Using a unique mouse model, researchers show cognitive deficits associated with schizophrenia may be reversible.
A neuroimaging and behavioral signature associated with connectivity in the ventral attention network has been identified in a subgroup of PTSD patients who fail to respond to treatment.
Researchers have identified a specific area of the brain responsible for auditory verbal hallucinations in people with schizophrenia. The researchers were able to control the hallucinations with the help of transcranial magnetic stimulation.
GABA plays a vital role in controlling the involuntary tics associated with Tourette Syndrome.
Duke researchers report the brain may maintain healthy cognitive function as we age by increasing bilateral communication.
According to researchers, peripheral nerve damage caused by leprosy can induce changes in the brain.
Researchers have identified an area of the brain that helps us to perceive boundaries.
According to researchers, high frequency dTMS increased beta endorphin levels, producing heightened feelings of reward following food ingestion. Researchers report this form of non-invasive brain stimulation could help alter food cravings in obese people.
Transcranial magnetic stimulation applied to the parietal lobe improves the function of brain areas important for memory which are disrupted by aging. The study reports TMS helps improve memory in older adults experiencing memory loss to the level of younger adults.