Study highlights where and how we feel different kinds of love

Where do we feel love?

The impact of neighborhood disadvantage on food, weight, and brain

Body mass index as a mediator between disadvantaged neighborhoods and cortical microstructure.

Inflammatory signs of teen depression vary by gender

Gender-specific inflammatory markers in adolescent depression.

Recognizing dog emotions, especially aggression, may improve with age

4-yr-olds were less good than 6-yr-olds adults at reading dog facial expressions, especially for aggression.

Neurotic people are more likely to suffer from mood swings

Neurotic people experience negative emotions, not only more intensely.

How does your brain process emotions?

The answer could help address the loneliness epidemic.

Understanding the origin of emotions using a video game

Characterizing our emotions is the subject of much debate, as is the identification of their neural substrates.

From age 8 we spontaneously link vocal to facial emotion

Throughout life, our feelings influence the choices that we make. The concept of emotion may seem simple, but scientists often have trouble agreeing on what...

Older people are emotionally strong, study

According to a new study by the Duke and Vanderbilt University psychologists, older people tend to stay emotionally strong. They are better able...

Facial expressions might not be reliable indicators of emotion, study

Never trust a person's face.

Mothers’ and babies’ brains ‘more in tune’ when the mother is happy

Mothers’ and babies’ brains can work together as a ‘mega-network’ by synchronizing brain waves when they interact.

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