Latest the Journal of Neuroscience Stories
People's brains are more responsive to friends than to strangers, even if the stranger has more in common, according to a study in the Oct 13 issue of The Journal of Neuroscience.
New research provides evidence of the vicious cycle created when an obese individual overeats to compensate for reduced pleasure from food.
Elevated levels of a growth protein in the brains of Alzheimer's disease (AD) patients is linked to impaired neurogenesis, the process by which new neurons are generated.
Study suggests honey bees' circadian rhythms depend on contact with young.
Cocaine-associated 'cues' less likely to lead to relapse with behavioral therapy and memory drug, animal study suggests.
Brain research suggests Chinese-speaking adults reading English recall the sound of Chinese translations.
Study finds severe gamblers show greater response in brain regions associated with reward.
Animal study suggests new target that might help aid recovery for patients with traumatic injuries.
Animal study suggests a mutated protein in brain cells can lead to cardiac arrest in people with epilepsy.
Animal study furthers our understanding of inherited neurodegenerative disease.
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