Researchers report a paralyzed man has been able to regain functional control of his hand with the help of a brain implant that works with new software.
Researchers explore consciousness and argue our conscious processes may be formed by efficient non-conscious brain systems.
Researchers report children with ASD were more than twice as likely to have mothers who suffered from preeclampsia during pregnancy.
According to a new study in Developmental Science, infants at the age of one already tend to prefer speakers of their native language. However, they do not necessarily view those who speak different languages negatively. Findings suggest that positivity toward familiar groups may be innate, while negativity toward unfamiliar groups may be learned.
A new neuroimaging study reveals 12 people with documented post-treatment Lyme disease syndrome have an elevation of a chemical marker associated with neuroinflammation. The findings could help develop new treatments for the pain, fatigue and brain fog associated with PTLDS.
Researchers pin down the structure of toxic clumps of a protein associated with a large number of ALS cases. The findings could help open the door to developing new drugs to treat the disease.
JHU researchers investigated the mindsets of Olympians. The brain activity of medal contenders reveals who will choke under pressure, and who will keep their cool.