While both long and short term relationships might start in similar matters, a lack of genuine attraction causes short term relationships to plateau quickly, a new study reports.
Researchers have developed new fluorescence sensors that are able to record dopamine activity in the living brain. The tool will help further understanding of dopamine's role in reward and motivation.
A new study reveals psychedelics increase dendrites, dendritic spines and synapses, while ketamine may promote neuroplasticity. The findings could help develop new treatments for anxiety, depression and other related disorders.
A new study challenges how we think about how humans acquired language. The study found no evidence that recent, human specific selection occurs for the FOXP2 gene in relation to language development
In addition to having implications for personal health, sugar sweetened drinks may have addictive properties, researchers report. The study found when abstaining from drinking sweetened drinks, people who consume them often experience increased headaches, decreased motivation and a lower ability to concentrate.
Researchers have created a model of what they consider a 'healthy personality type', using contemporary trait perspective.
According to a new study, siblings of children diagnosed with ASD or ADHD have an increased risk of being diagnosed with the disorders themselves. Researchers found the odds of being diagnosed with ASD were 30 times higher for those who had older siblings with autism, and 3.7 times higher for ADHD diagnosis.
Research on rats suggests microdosing DMT may have beneficial effects for those suffering depression and anxiety, but also probable adverse changes in neuronal structures and metabolism.