Tuesday, May 24, 2022

Brain activity

Our need for sleep may actually be regulated by brain cortex

A new target for sleep investigations.

Infants pay attention with their frontal cortex of the brain

Looking behind the mirror,” for the neural origins of attention.

Investigating brain activity during sleep with the help of MRI scans

MRI helps unravel the mysteries of sleep.

The science of guessing

Scientists discover what happens in our brains when guessing.

Scientists pinpointed brain region for controlling binge drinking

Binge drinking is defined as consuming alcohol in a pattern that produces a blood alcohol concentration (BAC) to 0.08 grams percent or above. This...

How the brain separates speech from the song?

Speech and music are human universals, and people around the world often blend them into vocal songs. This entwinement of the speech and music...

AI can predict whether an antidepressant is likely to help

NIH-funded research used a machine-learning algorithm to predict individual treatment responses.

How baby and adult brains interact during natural play?

Have you ever played with a baby and felt a sense of connection, even though they couldn’t yet talk to you?

Brain-like functions in a neuromorphic network

Emerging fluctuation-based functionalities are expected to open a way to novel memory device technology.

How the brain produces cognition is finally understood?

Neural activity in rat orbitofrontal cortex (OFC) is instead highly structured: single-neuron activity co-varies with an individual variable.

Summing a constant may help to detect synchronized brain activity

People are great at recognizing whether separate things happen all the while, for instance, if two lights flash together or not. At the point...

Hormone alters male brain networks to enhance sexual and emotional function

In another examination, researchers from Imperial College London explored how a recently discovered hormone called kisspeptin, also known as the master regulator of reproduction,...

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