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Facial expressions and body language are among the most powerful forms of nonverbal communication, and can reveal a great deal about emotion. Beatrice de Gelder investigates the neuroscience of automatic, […]... More>
In the search for new ways to prevent and treat mental illnesses, scientists are refining their understanding of the interplay between environmental factors and brain development in these disorders. Elaine […]... More>
A sample of new research exploring cerebellar activation and schizophrenia; working memory, decision making, and externalizing behaviors; and reward processing in children of depressed parents. ... More>
A sample of studies exploring: effects of participating in research on non-suicidal self-injury; neural connectivity, emotional processing, and PTSD; and functional connectivity, episodic memory, and risk for psychosis. ... More>
Researchers find that activity in specific brain areas distinguishes words that we actually hear versus those we imagine, and may also signal proneness to auditory hallucination. ... More>