According to new research, chimpanzees have almost the same personality trails as humans.
According to a new study, the hormone arginine vasopressin promotes trust and cooperation in humans who are in risky situations.
Findings provide additional insight into how the circadian clock regulates physiological function.
Findings provide a new insight into how the brain regulates food and water intake.
Researchers have discovered a group of neurons in the retina that affect circadian rhythm by sending signals to the SCN.
A new study reveals a connection between light sensitive nerve cells in the eyes and areas of the brain that regulate mood. The findings may help explain how light can induce some of the negative emotions that often accompany migraines.
A new study that used rhesus macaques with low levels of sociability revealed the animals had reduced levels of vasopressin in their cerebral spinal fluid, as did children diagnosed with ASD.
A new study of male rhesus macaques reveals exposure to oxytocin and vasopressin 'flattens' group hierarchy, forcing dominant males to become more relaxed and subordinate monkeys to become more confident.