Young teens who have tendencies toward impulsivity are more likely to develop behavioral conduct disorders, including ASPD and alcohol use disorder in older adolescence. Targeting impulsivity early may help to prevent the development of behavioral disorders later in adolescence.
19% of Americans say they are worried about contracting Monkeypox over the next three months. Most people remain uncertain about how Monkeypox is transmitted, or whether a vaccine is available.
A new study of the hippocampus reveals immature, plastic neurons are present in significant numbers during the entire lifespan. The findings shed new light on neuroplasticity.
Both genetics and environmental factors contribute to socioeconomic status' impact in an interplay with effects that spans several areas of the brain.
In older adults, depression occurs independently of inflammation, a new study reports. However, the depression-inflammation link is a result of greater incidences of inflammatory disorders, like arthritis, which become more common as we age.
Once a person identifies they are languishing, this can help bring clarity to one's experiences.
Light-to-moderate regular alcohol consumption is linked to reductions in overall brain volume, a new study reports.
Risk markers for adverse psychological consequences following traumatic injury share similar core similarities across different populations and countries.
Constant hunger associated with Prader-Willi syndrome is, in part, the result of disordered signaling in the cerebellum, an area of the brain associated with motor control and learning.
Researchers say those who create and spread conspiracy theories about COVID-19 are using the provisional nature of science to paint scientists as "malignant actors" and discredit findings.