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New research by neuroscientists at Monash University shows that the sleeping brain has the capacity to encode important pieces of information – even though the body is resting.
The process of how both error and reward signals are organized within the cerebral cortex are revealed by researchers.
Long-term effects of institutional rearing, foster care, and brain activity on memory and executive functioning
Researchers report children who experience deprivation early in life have impaired memory and executive function between the ages of 8 and 16 compared to peers who were placed in quality foster homes.
Results suggest a breakdown in brain cell waste system triggers a destructive immune reaction.
Tailoring treatment to men, women may improve survival.
A new imaging technique developed by LMU researchers is garnering lots of attention. Based on a method for making tissues, organs and even whole organisms transparent, it promises to transform studies of the nervous system in particular.
UNIGE scientists uncover the role of synaptic feedback systems in shaping learning processes in the brain’s cortex – a discovery that may prove valuable for developing efficient artificial intelligence.
Researchers have developed a new wireless brain stimulation device that could revolutionize the way neurological disorders are treated. The device fine tunes treatments by stimulating and recording electrical currents in the brain at the same time.
This fall, tens of thousands of American football players, from grade-schoolers on up to the pros, will be treated for concussions.
Does it ever strike you as odd that you and a friend can experience the same event at the same time, but come away with different memories of what happened? So why is it that people can recall the same thing so differently?