A new study which links working memory to learning in children may help educators develop new strategies to help those with learning difficulties.
According to a new study, gastrointestinal issues in children with autism could be a result of an increased reaction to stress.
A new study provides additional evidence that the tenancy for people to be drawn toward religious belief is neurologically based.
A new study reveals portions of the human skeletal structure evolved millions of years earlier than previously believed.
Researchers have discovered specific neurochemical changes in brain regions associated with brain remapping following amputation. Also, these changes may persist once the limb is reattached.
A study recently presented at the International Meeting for Autism Research suggests gastrointestinal problems commonly seen in children with ASD may be a result of stress, and not diet, as previously assumed.
Natural disasters cause significant distress and stress to those affected. Previous studies have shown incidences of domestic violence become more prevalent and severe following a natural disaster. To help victims of domestic violence, researchers have proposed a new framework that can help them during and after the disasters.
Researchers have developed a new rat model of Alzheimer's disease that can be used to study the accumulation of amyloid plaques.
A new study reveals fMRI imaging and behavioral measures could be biomarkers for predicting those at risk of developing psychosis. Researchers report people at risk of psychosis have problems in activating the striatum when they receive feedback based learning.
Researchers have identified a link between neurotransmitter imbalance and brain connectivity in brain areas associated with social communication and language in those with ASD.