Feeling hungry all the time? Your memory may be to blame!
A new type of rhythm: eta
Scientists discovered a new type of rhythmicity in brain activity when rats are in a virtual reality. What does it mean to be in the matrix?
What COVID-19 has to tell us about Alzheimer’s Disease
Recent developments in our understanding of how COVID-19 affects the brain have led scientists to revisit an old idea that Alzheimer’s could be virally induced.
How does the brain determine if someone is a friend or a stranger?
Special cells in the brain help you navigate your world
When concussion symptoms stick around: the elusive post-concussion syndrome
What is post-concussion syndrome and what causes it? We’re still not sure.
The Sound of Music Therapy: Harmony between the Brain and its Memories
How can scientists and health professionals harness the power of music for more than just dancing?
How do we form memories, and why does this process break down in autoimmune encephalitis?
Infantile amnesia: Why can’t we remember early childhood?
The rapid development of the hippocampus in childhood may explain why it’s nearly impossible to recall memories from our early years.
As we learn more about how memories are formed and stored in the brain, researchers are now discovering the many ways in which memories can be altered on a neuronal level.
Time flies when you’re having fun
How does the brain perceive time?
Déjà vu? I’ve seen that before.
What’s up with the brain creating a false sense of familiarity?