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It Really is All About the Bass

<i>Summary: A new study reports that while listening to music, brain activity becomes synchronized to the rhythmic structure of the sound, specifically</i> …

Neuroscience

Explicación a un comportamiento del agua que estudió Leonardo Da Vinci

MADRID, 7 Ago. (EUROPA PRESS) -<p>Un hecho cotidiano cuando abrimos el grifo para cepillarnos los dientes <b>ha desconcertado durante siglos</b>: ¿por qué se …

How We See Others’ Emotions Depends on Our Pre-Concevied Beliefs

A new study sheds light into how we recognize facial expressions of emotion. Researchers report our interpretation of emotions expressed facially by …

Emotions

Autism Linked to Cerebellum Shape

<i>Summary: Researchers report boys on the autism spectrum tend to have lower fractal dimension in the right side of the cerebellum than those without</i> …

Noradrenaline Plays a Critical Role in Sensory Perception

A new study reveals noradrenaline plays a vital role in early stages of perception. Researchers report later processing of visual information occurs …

Seeing Yourself as Einstein May Change the Way You Think

<i>Summary: Using a virtual reality simulation to ‘become’ Albert Einstein helps to enhance cognitive performance in those with low self esteem, a new</i> …

Why Do Kids Lie, and Is It Normal?

<i>Summary: Researchers say lying in childhood is normal and an important sign that a child’s cognitive skills are developing.</i><p>Source: The</b> …

Your Brain with a Migraine

Researchers have identified electrical activity in the brain that is specific to the start of migraines. The new study reports spreading …

La migraña y el TDAH comparten una base genética común

Los diferentes trastornos psiquiátricos comparten un gran número de genes de susceptibilidad, mientras que en las patologías neurológicas no …

Connection between stress and autoimmune disease affirmed by massive 30-year study

A massive study spanning 30 years of data and examining a cohort of over one million people has found a strong association between persons suffering …

Autoimmune Diseases

Success of Blood Test for Autism Affirmed - Neuroscience News

Researchers have developed a new algorithm that uses data based on metabolites in blood samples to successfully predict if a child is on the autism …

Parental Criticism Impacts How Children's Brains Respond to Emotional Information

A new study reveals children show less attention to emotional facial expressions if their parents are highly critical.

Placenta May Be Missing Link in Schizophrenia

A new study reveals, in combination to genetics and environmental factors, placenta health during fetal development may play a role in schizophrenia. …

New Type of Vertigo Identified

Researchers have identified a new type of vertigo. The study reveals people with this new form of vertigo are more likely to have severe motion …

The Neuroscience of Prosocial Behavior

A new study reveals the role the somatosensory cortex plays in prosocial behavior.

Frontal Lobe Implicated in Chronic Pain

A new study reveals, in rodents, some spinal pain begins in the frontal cortex. Researchers say the findings could help in the development of new …

How Other People Affect Our Interpersonal Space

Researchers report the size of our interpersonal space changes in relation to the tone and content of other people's conversations.

Our Brains Are Obsessed with Being Social

Researchers report the temporoparietal junction and medial prefrontal cortex experience increased connectivity during rest following encoding new …

Neuroscience News wrote a new post, Study Adds New Evidence that Infants Track Others' Mental States, on the site Neuroscience News

A new study adds to growing evidence that infants possess a basic theory of mind. Neuroimaging reveals the temporal parietal junction, an area of the …

La vida tenía más de un secreto: encuentran nuevas formas de ADN que van más allá de la doble hélice

El 28 de febrero de 1953, Francis Crick entró en un pub de Cambridge y gritó “<b>Hemos encontrado el secreto de la vida</b>”. Luego supimos que la historia …

New Microscope Captures Detailed 3-D Movies of Cells Deep Within Living Systems

Researchers have created a revolutionary new tool to help shed light on living cells. By combining two existing imaging technologies, researchers …

Imaging

Pregnant Mothers and Offspring Should Limit Added Sugars in Diet to Protect Childhood Cognition

Researchers warn pregnant women and their children to avoid drinking too many sodas, as excessive amounts of sugar in these drinks can negatively …

Cognition

Fight, Flight or Freeze

Olfactory system neurons appear to play a role in the connection between rhythmic breathing and emotional regulation, researchers report.

Regulation

Physiological Reactions to Emotions are Not Uniform

A new study upends hundreds of years of belief that physiological responses to emotion are uniform. Researchers report there is not a single …

Research

Brain Development Influenced by Immune System

A new study provides further evidence for immune system activation during pregnancy and disruptions in brain development. Many adult diseases, …

Mother’s Depression May Negatively Impact Child’s IQ

A new study reveals maternal depression can have a negative effect on her child's cognitive development. Researchers found children whose mothers …

Connection Between Postnatal Sensory Experiences and Brain Development

A new Zebra fish study reveals a lack of sensory stimulation following birth can impact neurogenesis and brain development.

Children’s Gestures, and What They Mean

A new study explores how children's use of gestures is connected to communication and language acquisition.

Research

Hippocampus May Hold Clues For Anxiety and Depression

Researchers reveal specific parts of the hippocampus may play a key role in emotional regulation.

Hippocampus