Read the latest neuroscience news making headlines around the world.
At a recent event hosted by the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences, neuroscientists and cognitive psychologists got together with filmmakers to discuss what both groups have learned.
A new study suggests humans take longer than other primates to grow up because their larger brains divert energy from body growth during childhood.
The findings may explain symptoms of autism like oversensitivity to noise, as well as why many people with autism also have epilepsy.
In collaboration with the U.S. military, Abbott Laboratories to develop traumatic brain injury test.
Researchers have developed a set of software tools called Thunder that can find meaningful patterns in large-scale data on brain activity.
A new study reports on an optical technique that can replicate functional MRI experiments, and it is more comfortable, more portable and less expensive.
Several factors, such as severity of symptoms, family history, substance abuse and a “mixed” depressive and manic state may combine to increase the risk for suicide.
The new identification of possible genetic markers for post-traumatic stress disorder supports treatment with a steroid hormone a few hours after trauma.
The 3D tissue could help researchers understand how brains are affected by disease and trauma.
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