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New $10.7 million project aims to study the genetic underpinnings of Alzheimer's disease

New $10.7 million project aims to study the genetic underpinnings of Alzheimer's disease

Neuroimaging technology used to study how brain stimulation works for treatment of depression

Neuroimaging technology used to study how brain stimulation works for treatment of depression

$3.5 million grant awarded to address the underrepresentation of Black adults in Alzheimer's research

$3.5 million grant awarded to address the underrepresentation of Black adults in Alzheimer's research

Researchers provide a promising new way to elucidate the brain's health

Researchers provide a promising new way to elucidate the brain's health

Social cognition may exert a central role in the daily lives of MS patients

Social cognition may exert a central role in the daily lives of MS patients

BrainMap analysis strongly affirms 'network degeneration hypothesis' theory

BrainMap analysis strongly affirms 'network degeneration hypothesis' theory

Researchers create new, open-access tool for assessing infant brain health

Researchers create new, open-access tool for assessing infant brain health

Brains of individuals with autism successfully encode facial emotions, study reveals

Brains of individuals with autism successfully encode facial emotions, study reveals

Heart brain interactions provide a new diagnostic avenue for patients with disorders of consciousness

Heart brain interactions provide a new diagnostic avenue for patients with disorders of consciousness

People with multiple sclerosis experience subtle language impairments, study shows

People with multiple sclerosis experience subtle language impairments, study shows

Study reveals new clues to sex differences in autism

Study reveals new clues to sex differences in autism

Markers of fear recall differ between sexes, but in a hormone-dependent manner

Markers of fear recall differ between sexes, but in a hormone-dependent manner

Study demonstrates profound anhedonia in people with frontotemporal dementia

Study demonstrates profound anhedonia in people with frontotemporal dementia

Suppressing facial expressions may be useful in certain contexts, shows study

Suppressing facial expressions may be useful in certain contexts, shows study

Signal detection theory can be used to better understand cognitive fatigue

Signal detection theory can be used to better understand cognitive fatigue

Eco-bio-developmental model of emergent literacy helps identify risk factors of reading difficulties

Eco-bio-developmental model of emergent literacy helps identify risk factors of reading difficulties

Anabolic-androgenic steroids can have deleterious effects on the brain

Anabolic-androgenic steroids can have deleterious effects on the brain

Sargramostim drug can also improve memory in people with mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease

Sargramostim drug can also improve memory in people with mild-to-moderate Alzheimer's disease

Communication between the brain’s auditory and reward circuits underpins music-induced pleasure

Communication between the brain’s auditory and reward circuits underpins music-induced pleasure

Study reveals the incidence of structural abnormalities in the developing brain

Study reveals the incidence of structural abnormalities in the developing brain