When it comes to correctly recalling memories, the emotion of the event may impact exactly what we remember, researchers say. A new study adds to the growing body of evidence that emotionally charged situations may make your memory of the event less than reliable.
It is possible for those with anhedonia to enjoy experiences and feel pleasure, however, those with the disorder find it hard to maintain their positive emotions, a new study reports.
Researchers have identified a brain network that is involved in helping an infant learn to walk. Additionally, disruptions in the network may predict future risk of a child being diagnosed with ASD.
Researchers report taurine may help to boost remyelination in multiple sclerosis patients.
Using the classic Nintendo game, Super Mario 64, researchers discover playing 3D platform games could help older brains to stave off mild cognitive impairment. Researchers report older people who played the video game had gray matter increases in the cerebellum, hippocampus and dorsolateral prefrontal cortex.
Using a newly developed genetic model of autism, researcher discover the disruption of normal function and connectivity of neurons may underlie ASD.
Researchers have identified a mechanism that drives hunger. A new study reports the sight or smell of food can temporarily turn of AgRP neurons, which drive the urge to eat. These neurons remain inactive until the brain receives a signal from the gut that calories have been consumed.
A new study from researchers at NYU Langone reveals a single dose a lithium chloride, a drug used in the treatment of bipolar disorder, may help to reduce sleep, memory and learning problems associated with fetal alcohol syndrome.
Researchers report a new EEG system is capable of capturing more information from the visual cortex than previous versions of the same system.
Musical training may enhance the ability to process speech in noisy settings, a new study reveals.
Researchers report we may see similarities between different languages as a result of the brain’s preference for efficient information processing.
Despite popular belief, researchers find consuming the placenta capsules has little to no effect on maternal bonding or postpartum mood.
Mapping brain activity of able body people traversing different terrains on a treadmill may lead to the development of better prosthetics, U of H researchers report.
A slightly later start time for school could mean teens are able to get the amount of sleep their bodies need, researchers report.
An immunotherapy that acts against an inflammatory molecule associated with migraines, has been shown to be successful in reducing the number of headaches people with chronic migraines suffer each month.
According to researchers, those with sadistic tenancies, who enjoy seeing people suffer, are more likely to seek revenge against those they believe have wronged them.
Researchers have developed a new injectable gel that releases microRNAs into heart muscles, restarting the replication of existing caridomyocytes following a heart attack.
A new NIH study reveals mental health problems associated with childhood adversity, such as being evacuated from a war zone, can be passed down from generation to generation.