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Study explores infant body position and learning
SCIENCE DAILY A developmental psychologist has completed a study that is the first to measure how often infants spend time in different body positions over the first year of life. The study aims to understand how... 1 hour
Does putting the brakes on outrage bottle up social change?
SCIENCE DAILY While outrage is often generally considered a hurdle in the path to civil discourse, a team of psychologists suggest outrage -- specifically, moral outrage -- may have beneficial... 1 hour
Yes, your pet can tell time
SCIENCE DAILY A new study has found some of the clearest evidence yet that animals can judge time. By examining the brain's medial entorhinal cortex, the researchers discovered a previously unknown set of neurons that turn on like... 1 hour
What Is Lithium?
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Does lavender really help with anxiety?
MNT A study of mice reveals that the scent of linalool, a natural alcohol found in lavender, relieves anxiety through its effect on olfactory nerve cells. 2 hours
Medical News Today: Does lavender really help with anxiety?
MNT A study of mice reveals that the scent of linalool, a natural alcohol found in lavender, relieves anxiety through its effect on olfactory nerve cells. 3 hours
Video » UCL-NIMH Joint Doctoral Program in Neuroscience
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Why are U.S. neuroscientists clamoring for marmosets?
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Medical News Today: How you breathe may affect your memory
MNT Do you tend to breathe more through your nose or through your mouth? Your answer may affect your ability to consolidate new memories. 3 hours
How you breathe may affect your memory
MNT Do you tend to breathe more through your nose or through your mouth? Your answer may affect your ability to consolidate new memories. 4 hours
Nerve-on-a-chip platform makes neuroprosthetics more effective
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have developed a miniaturized electronic platform for the stimulation and recording of peripheral nerve fibers on a chip. By modulating and rapidly recording nerve activity with a high signal-to-noise ratio, the platform paves the way... 4 hours
ConnectToBrain project seeks to improve techniques for brain stimulation in current clinical use
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Medical News Today: Why is my tongue burning?
MNT People may experience a burning tongue due to burning mouth syndrome (BMS) or a scald from hot food. Causes of BMS include nerve damage, underlying medical conditions, and habits, such as teeth... 4 hours
The smell of lavender is relaxing, science confirms
SCIENCE DAILY A new review reveals how lavender mellows us out -- and why some day psychiatrists and surgeons might be prescribing patients a whiff of the purple stuff. 6 hours
Green spaces help combat loneliness – but they demand investment
PHYS.ORG Urban green spaces – including parks, woodlands, riverbanks, and gardens – are an essential part of a web of physical and mental well-being. They provide spaces to socialise... 7 hours
Artificial intelligence will make you smarter
PHYS.ORG VIDEO The future won't be made by either humans or machines alone – but by both, working together. Technologies modeled on how human brains work are already augmenting people's abilities, and will only get more influential as... 7 hours
Brain training app helps reduce OCD symptoms
SCIENCE DAILY A 'brain training' app could help people who suffer from obsessive compulsive disorder (OCD) manage their symptoms, which may typically include excessive handwashing and contamination fears. 7 hours
A step toward metal organic framework synthesis
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Avian neuroscientists identify new stress response component in poultry brain
PHYS.ORG Avian neuroscientists at the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture probing the neural pathways for stress response have identitifed a new structure of neurons in the poultry... 8 hours
Researchers discover drug that could combat brain cell death in those with Alzheimer's disease
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Scientists develop new class of compounds for treatment of progressive neurodegenerative disorder
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'Brain training' app could help OCD patients to manage symptoms
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Interweaving anxiety disorder associated with stuttering remains unrecognized
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How does our brain perceives the environment?
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New 17-item questionnaire may help detect GI disorders in children with autism
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Scientists discover primary, direct target of alcohol in the brain
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Salk researchers advance sonogenetics technology for treating neurological conditions
NEWS MEDICAL The emerging technology of sonogenetics--a technique where cells are controlled by sound--offers the potential to one day replace pharmaceutical drugs or invasive surgical treatments for neurological conditions like epilepsy, Parkinson's... 15 hours
Brain wave device boosts memory performance
NEWS MEDICAL The entrainment of theta brain waves with a commercially available device not only enhances theta wave activity, but also boosts memory performance. 15 hours
SLU researcher seeks to find solutions for 'chemo brain' symptoms and side effects of opioids
NEWS MEDICAL With a pair of RO1 grants from the National Institutes of Health, pain researcher Daniela Salvemini, Ph.D., will... 15 hours
Brain wave device enhances memory function
SCIENCE DAILY The entrainment of theta brain waves with a commercially available device not only enhances theta wave activity, but also boosts memory performance, according to new research. 22 hours
WATCH: What is multiple sclerosis?
ABC NEWS Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is a chronic disorder where cells from the immune system attack the nerve cells of the central nervous system (CNS). 23 hours
For some young adults, the 2016 US election was a 'traumatic experience'
SCIENCE DAILY A new study shows that for 25 percent of young adults given a psychological assessment, the 2016 US presidential election race between Donald Trump... 23 hours
Social stigma contributes to poor mental health in the autistic community
SCIENCE DAILY Stress related to social stigma may be the reason why autistic people experience more mental health problems than the general population, dispelling past theories that the... 1 day
New target of alcohol in the brain
SCIENCE DAILY When alcohol enters the brain, it causes neurons in a specialized region called the ventral tegmental area, or VTA -- also known as the "pleasure center" -- to release dopamine, a neurotransmitter that produces... 1 day
When you are unhappy in a relationship, why do you stay? The answer may surprise you
SCIENCE DAILY Why do people stay in unsatisfying romantic relationships? A new study suggests it may be because... 1 day
Would you zap your brain to improve your memory?
SCIENCE DAILY Individuals were more willing to use a hypothetical brain stimulation device on others than on themselves, specifically to improve 'core functions,' like kindness and self-confidence. 1 day
Losing control of gene activity in Alzheimer's disease
SCIENCE DAILY Pioneering research into the mechanisms controlling gene activity in the brain could hold the key to understanding Alzheimer's disease and might help identify effective treatments in the future. 1 day
Monitoring electromagnetic signals in the brain with MRI
SCIENCE DAILY MIT engineers have devised a new technique to detect either electrical activity or optical signals in the brain, using a minimally invasive technique based on magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). 1 day
Wishful thinking is rewarded
SCIENCE DAILY The reward system in the brain affects our judgements. 1 day
Breathing through the nose aids memory storage
SCIENCE DAILY The way we breathe may affect how well our memories are consolidated (i.e. reinforced and stabilized). If we breathe through the nose rather than the mouth after trying to learn a set of smells,... 1 day
Breathing through the nose improves memory consolidation
NEWS MEDICAL The way we breathe may affect how well our memories are consolidated (i.e. reinforced and stabilized). If we breathe through the nose rather than the mouth after trying to learn a set of smells,... 1 day
Stress related to social stigma negatively impacts mental health of autistic people
NEWS MEDICAL Stress related to social stigma may be the reason why autistic people experience more mental health problems than the general population, dispelling past theories... 1 day
Monitoring electromagnetic signals in the brain with MRI
MIT Technique could be used to detect light or electrical fields in living tissue. 1 day
Epigenetic modifications may contribute to Alzheimer's Disease
NEWS MEDICAL Scientists report epigenetic modifications in the brains of patients with Alzheimer's, after observing differences in histone acetylation across the genome. 1 day
Understanding the building blocks for an electronic brain
PHYS.ORG Computer bits are binary, with a value of zero or one. By contrast, neurons in the brain can have many internal states, depending on the input that they receive. This allows the... 1 day
Want To Keep Your Brain Sharp? Take Care Of Your Eyes And Ears
NPR Two large studies show that age-related memory loss can be slowed significantly when older people promptly address hearing and vision loss. 1 day
Researchers produce artificial antibody capable of blocking prions in the laboratory
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Brainlab unveils ExacTrac Dynamic at ASTRO meeting in San Antonio, Texas
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Research provides insight into neurobiology of aggression and bullying
NEWS MEDICAL Duke-NUS researchers have discovered that a growth factor protein, called brain-derived neurotrophic factor, and its receptor, tropomyosin receptor kinase B affects social dominance in mice. The research has implications for... 3 days
Neuroscientists identify brain region that appears to be related to food preference decisions
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The neurobiology of social aggression
SCIENCE DAILY Bullying and aggression carry heavy societal costs. For the first time, researchers have found a signalling mechanism in the brain that shapes social behavior -- specifically a growth factor protein, called brain-derived neurotrophic factor (BDNF), and its receptor,... 3 days
Scientists find brain signal that might help us judge the holiday buffet
SCIENCE DAILY Neuroscientists have found a brain region that appears to be strongly connected to food preference decisions, like what to choose from a buffet line... 3 days
Weight loss success linked with active self-control regions of the brain
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Sleep apnea more deadly when patients experience short interrupted breaths
SCIENCE DAILY Patients with sleep apnea who have short interruptions in breathing while they sleep are at higher risk for death than those with longer interruptions, according to a new... 4 days
To track how students ace the LSAT, watch their eyes
SCIENCE DAILY Neuroscientists are tracking eye movements to understand how practicing tough reasoning tests like the LSAT makes students smarter. 4 days
A tailormade drug developed in record time may save girl from fatal brain disease
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Expanding the optogenetics toolkit
SCIENCE DAILY A new molecular engineering technique has the potential to double the number of light-sensitive proteins available for studying brain circuits. 4 days
Brain cells called astrocytes have unexpected role in brain 'plasticity'
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have shown that astrocytes -- long-overlooked supportive cells in the brain -- help to enable the brain's plasticity, a new role for astrocytes that was not previously... 4 days
Independence tests should ask more of seniors
SCIENCE DAILY A psychology researcher says the bar is too low for 'functional independence' in older adults, and should be aligned with skills younger adults must conquer. 4 days
Scientists grow functioning human neural networks in 3D from stem cells
SCIENCE DAILY A team of researchers has developed three-dimensional (3D) human tissue culture models for the central nervous system that mimic structural and functional features of the brain... 4 days
Curiosity Rover on Mars Exercises Its 'New' Brain (Photo)
SPACE.COM NASA's Mars rover Curiosity is putting its "new" brain to work a bit while mission team members try to fix a memory issue with the "old" one. 4 days
Study points to new method to deliver drugs to the brain
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have discovered a potentially new approach to deliver therapeutics more effectively to the brain. The research could have implications for the treatment of a wide... 4 days
People who commute through natural environments daily report better mental health
SCIENCE DAILY People who commute through natural environments report better mental health. This is the main conclusion of a research based on questionnaires answered by nearly 3,600 participants... 4 days
Human neurons employ highly compartmentalized signaling, study shows
NEWS MEDICAL Human neurons are much larger than those of model organisms mice and rats, so it's been unclear whether it's size that makes a difference in our brain's computational power. 4 days
Weight loss success associated with brain areas involved in self-control
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Medical News Today: How do dogs process words? Brain study investigates
MNT Dogs may have 'a neural representation for the meaning of words they have been taught,' finds a new study, which placed dogs inside a brain scanner. 4 days
How do dogs process words? Brain study investigates
MNT Dogs may have 'a neural representation for the meaning of words they have been taught,' finds a new study, which placed dogs inside a brain scanner. 4 days
Newly discovered compound shows potential for treating Parkinson's disease
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Finger length can predict sexuality in women say researchers
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers from the Psychology department of Essex University have made claims that take us back to medieval ages of palmistry and predictions but could have a biological basis. 5 days
Conceptual framework proposed to examine role of exercise in multiple sclerosis
NEWS MEDICAL Researchers have proposed a conceptual framework for examining the relationship between exercise and adaptive neuroplasticity in the population with multiple sclerosis (MS). 5 days
New tool may reveal how the brain structure impacts brain activity, human behavior
NEWS MEDICAL The architecture of each person's brain is unique, and differences may influence how quickly people can complete various cognitive tasks. 5 days
Study finds racial disparities in student debt increase after young people leave college
PHYS.ORG Racial disparities in student debt between blacks and whites may perpetuate the racial wealth gap according to a study in the online... 5 days
Science News » NIMH Director Joshua Gordon and IRP Researcher Ellen Leibenluft Elected to the National Academy of Medicine
NIMH Joshua A. Gordon, M.D., Ph.D., director of the National Institute... 5 days
Electrical properties of dendrites help explain our brain's unique computing power
SCIENCE DAILY Neuroscientists have discovered that human dendrites have very different electrical properties from those of other species. These differences may contribute to the enhanced computing power of... 5 days
Electrical properties of dendrites help explain our brain’s unique computing power
MIT Neurons in human and rat brains carry electrical signals in different ways, scientists find. 5 days
Expanding the optogenetics toolkit
PHYS.ORG Controlling individual brain cells using light-sensitive proteins has proven to be a powerful tool for probing the brain's complexities. As this branch of neuroscience has expanded, so has the demand for a diverse palette of protein tools. 5 days
Mice need a clutch to smell
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers identify shootin 1b as a clutch molecule that couples force and adhesion for the migration of neurons to the mouse olfactory bulb. The study provides new insights on how internal forces are converted into external... 5 days
Facebook's election 'war room' takes aim at fake information
PHYS.ORG In an otherwise innocuous part of Facebook's expansive Silicon Valley campus, a locked door bears a taped-on sign that reads "War Room." Behind the door lies a nerve center the... 5 days
Elucidating cuttlefish camouflage
PHYS.ORG VIDEO The unique ability of cuttlefish, squid and octopuses to hide by imitating the colors and texture of their environment has fascinated natural scientists since the time of Aristotle. Uniquely among all animals, these mollusks control their appearance by the direct... 5 days
Pre-eclampsia linked to an increased risk of dementia later in life
SCIENCE DAILY Pre-eclampsia is associated with an increased risk of later dementia, particularly vascular dementia, caused by reduced blood supply to the brain due to diseased blood vessels,... 5 days
Hormone alters male brain networks to enhance sexual and emotional function
SCIENCE DAILY Scientists have gained new insights into how the 'master regulator' of reproduction affects men's brains. 5 days
Ketogenic Diet Prevents Cognitive Decline, Two New Studies Show
SCI-NEWS.COM A research team headed by University of Kentucky scientist Ai-Ling Lin has published two studies that demonstrate the... 5 days
Targeting immune checkpoints in microglia could reduce out-of-control neuroinflammation
NEWS MEDICAL A group of Massachusetts General Hospital investigators is proposing that targeting immune checkpoints - molecules that regulate the activity of the immune system - in immune cells called microglia could... 6 days
Autonomic nervous system directly controls stem cell proliferation, study shows
NEWS MEDICAL Somatic stem cells are microscopic workhorses, constantly regenerating cells throughout the body: skin and the lining of the intestine, for example. And to University of Illinois neuroscientists, they... 6 days
Can Burger King's 'Nightmare King' Really Give You Bad Dreams?
LIVE SCIENCE A new, limited-time-only burger at Burger King has a peculiar selling point: It's supposed to give you nightmares. 6 days
Could a simple collar help protect soccer player’s brain?
ABC NEWS Team sports build character, teach discipline and keep your kids healthy, but for some sports, like soccer and football, they could also increase their risk of brain injuries. Helping to... 6 days
Conceptual framework to study role of exercise in multiple sclerosis
SCIENCE DAILY Researchers have proposed a conceptual framework for examining the relationship between exercise and adaptive neuroplasticity in the population with multiple sclerosis (MS). 6 days
Pupil's brain recognizes the perfect teacher
SCIENCE DAILY Human and avian youngsters learn behaviors by imitating adults. But learners are selective in who they copy, and scientists don't understand how they choose the right teacher. Young male zebra finches must learn to copy the... 6 days
How does brain structure influence performance on language tasks?
SCIENCE DAILY The architecture of each person's brain is unique, and differences may influence how quickly people can complete various cognitive tasks. But how neuroanatomy impacts performance is largely an open question.... 6 days
Scientists find stem cell proliferation is controlled directly by nervous system
PHYS.ORG Somatic stem cells are microscopic workhorses, constantly regenerating cells throughout the body: skin and the lining of the intestine, for example. And to University of Illinois... 6 days
GPR40 modulates epileptic seizure and NMDA receptor function
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An enzymatic approach reverses nicotine dependence, decreases compulsive-like intake, and prevents relapse
Science Magazine Tobacco use disorder is the leading cause of disease and preventable death worldwide, but current medications that are based on pharmacodynamics have low efficacy.... 6 days
Prevention of pesticide-induced neuronal dysfunction and mortality with nucleophilic poly-Oxime topical gel
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Medical News Today: Alzheimer's: These psychiatric symptoms may be an early sign
MNT A postmortem study of brain tissue tests and interviews of those close to the deceased ties some psychiatric symptoms to early Alzheimer's disease. 6 days
Alzheimer's: These psychiatric symptoms may be an early sign
MNT A postmortem study of brain tissue tests and interviews of those close to the deceased ties some psychiatric symptoms to early Alzheimer's disease. 6 days
Pupil's brain recognizes the perfect teacher
PHYS.ORG Youngsters learn many important behaviors by imitating adults. But young learners are selective in who they copy, and scientists don't understand how they choose the right teacher. 6 days
Psychopaths in business: Why sex matters
MNT A new study investigates whether psychopathic traits really do enhance your career prospects. Along the way, it uncovers an interesting sex difference. 6 days
Medical News Today: Psychopaths in business: Why sex matters
MNT A new study investigates whether psychopathic traits really do enhance your career prospects. Along the way, it uncovers an interesting sex difference. 6 days
Regulating microglial activity may reduce inflammation in neurodegenerative diseases
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Elucidating cuttlefish camouflage
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Team simulates how Alzheimer's disease spreads through the brain
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How perfectionism affects your (mental) health
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Your brain on space—the overview effect
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Caltech researchers develop two new illusions with audiovisual postdictive effects
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