The more a person is inclined to visualize, the more impulsive they are, a new study reports.
Study finds an association between resting state network connectivity abnormalities in those with major depressive disorder who experienced childhood trauma.
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.
In aging mice, the number of autophagosomes is significantly decreased, and pronounced defects in the structure of autophagosomes increased. Turning on the WIPI2B protein restores autophagosome formation in aged neurons.
A new study into schizophrenia challenges commonly held beliefs about the relationship between neurocognitive performance and cognitive insights. The findings could have implications for developing new treatments for the disorder.