Explore the latest in neuroscience, with a focus on the implications of findings in the basic sciences for the care of patients with CNS disease.
This cohort study compares prefrontal cortex activation between surgeons demonstrating stable performance under temporal stress with those exhibiting stress-related performance decline.
This cohort study compares functional magnetic resonance imaging of the brains of neonates with a family history of autism spectrum disorder (ASD) vs those of neonates with no family history of ASD.
This Arts and Medicine essay reviews The Darker the Night, the Brighter the Stars: A Neuropsychologist’s Odyssey, a book of essays, case studies, philosophy, history, and magical realism by Oxford-trained neuropsychologist Paul Broks that explores ideas about the brain, consciousness, and sense of self.
This case-control study investigates neural responsivity to food cues in patients with first-episode psychosis without the confounds of antipsychotic medication or illness chronicity.
This cohort study investigates the differences in temporal synchrony between brain regions in individuals with autism and those with typical development.
This cross-sectional multimodal brain imaging study examines whether brain reward learning response to taste in adolescent anorexia nervosa is altered and associated with treatment response, striatal-hypothalamic connectivity, and elevated harm avoidance.
This article discusses the use of magnetoencephalography for measuring brain signals with realistic temporal resolution and reconstructing underlying networks.
This Viewpoint describes potential benefits of neuroscientific insights into recovery from substance use disorders.
This Viewpoint disambiguates correlational evidence in neuroimaging studies from research that determines causation and suggests ways to use both to improve psychiatric care.
This review discusses the state of the science of chronic traumatic encephalopathy and raises considerations for researching and interpreting cognitive changes in members of at-risk populations.
This Medical News article discusses a project to map all cell types and states in the human body.
This Arts and Medicine essay explores an exhibit featuring drawings of brain cells by Santiago Ramón y Cajal, a 19th-century Spanish neurohistologist.
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