CLA researchers report that people with obsessive-compulsive disorder, when treated with a special form of talk therapy, demonstrate distinct changes in their brains as well as improvement in their symptoms.
Distractions diminish people’s ability to remember, but important facts still stick, UCLA psychologists report.
According to researchers, increasing levels of Bmal1 in the skeletal muscles of mice makes the animals resistant to insomnia and sleep deprivation. The findings could provide a new treatment target for sleep disorders.
UCLA researchers upend long-standing idea that the star-shaped brain cells can’t be differentiated from each other.