The Human Brain: Statistics & Research News Document List
Updated/Revised Date : 2016-06-11
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List of The Human Brain Publications:
Brain health, like physical health, depends on lifestyle factors including diet, exercise and proper sleep, all of which reduce inflammation.
When it comes to weight gain, the problem may be mostly in our heads, and our genes - The link between obesity, the brain, and genetics.
Using a tiny array of electrodes implanted in the brain somatosensory cortex, Caltech scientists have induced sensations of touch and movement in the arm of a paralyzed man.
Your brain has 100 billion neurons and they have to be coordinated, these slowly varying signals in the brain get a large-scale coordination of activities in all diverse areas of the brain.
What Happens in the brain when patients undergo major surgery under general anesthesia which puts the brain in an unconscious state.
By training your mind to be an observer rather than actively participating in an embarrassing situation it is possible to overcome humiliating or distressing feelings.
Cognitive neuroscientists increasingly are using emerging artificial networks to enhance their understanding of one of the most elusive intelligence systems, the human brain.
Study shows around 20% of people show signs of a synaesthesia like phenomenon in which they hear silent flashes or movement called visually-evoked auditory response (vEAR).
Tickling the brain with low-intensity electrical stimulation in a specific area can improve verbal short-term memory.
Questions answers and facts relating to the human brain and the study of the brain organ and spinal cord.
Studies have suggested people who hold strong religious beliefs are more intuitive and less analytical, and when they think more analytically their religious beliefs decrease.
Brain study suggests mind wandering at work and home may not be as bad as you might think.
Team of neuroscientists to create a complete map of the learning and memory center of the fruit fly larva brain.
Study explains brain mechanisms associated to lack of sensitivity to music and how the brain of people who do not like music works.
Study proves middle-aged women outperform age-matched men on all memory measures, although memory does decline as women enter postmenopause.
USC scientists are cracking the genetic code of the human brain, discovering how variations in DNA affect the structure of our brains.
Conventional wisdom about memory firmly separates declarative knowledge, memories about facts, from memories for skills, or muscle memory.
Researchers identifying who may benefit from cognitive training and the new methods most likely to result in long-lasting, positive effects on cognition.
Researchers discover the conflict between science and religion may have its origins in the structure of our brains.
Study reveals people with strongest responses in brain areas associated with perceiving pain, emotion, and imitating others also the most generous.
General information and overview of delirium, a disturbance in mental abilities that results in reduced awareness and confused thinking.
Stunning discovery determines the human brain is directly connected to immune system by vessels previously thought not to exist.
Groundbreaking pioneering work is underway seeks to understand and repair brain function at the molecular level.
Unexpected brain connectivity can lead to fast brain specialization, allowing humans to adapt to rapid technological and cultural innovation.
New research indicates lost memories can be restored, these findings offer hope for patients in early stages of Alzheimers disease.
Researchers discover network of tissue communication that ensures the brain and spinal cord are matched with the skull and spinal column during embryonic development.
New research finds compassion can produce counterintuitive results, challenging prevailing views of empathys effects on moral judgment.
Scientists studying brain process involved in sight found the visual cortex also uses information gleaned from the ears as well as the eyes when viewing the world.
Dr. Roger Landry author of Live Long Die Short - A Guide to Authentic Health and Successful Aging, takes a look at the amazing human brain.
In a new study a research team sought to identify which areas of the brain differentiate high and low dream re-callers.
Researchers find caffeine has a positive effect on long-term memory in humans up to 24 hours after it is consumed.
Researchers discover spontaneously emerging activity patterns preserve traces of previous cognitive activity in the human brain.
REM sleep behavior disorder (RBD) can be very dangerous to the people who have it as well as injure those who share a bed with them.
Recent research has discovered that social isolation disrupts the process of myelination of brain cell axons.
How part of the brain helps predict future events from past experiences and the function of front most part of the frontal lobe the frontopolar cortex.
Neuroscientists may one day be able to hear the imagined speech of a patient unable to speak due to stroke or paralysis.
Favorable cognitive outcomes and brain size measurements associated with two dietary patterns high levels of marine fatty acids and high levels of vitamins B C D and E.
Advances in brain imaging reveal complex cognitive tasks like language processing rely on particular regions of the cerebral cortex and white matter fiber pathways connecting them.
Discovery about a part of the brains complex communication system could form basis for development of better medicines for patients with psychiatric disorders.
Synesthesia is a neurologically condition where people may see numbers or letters in color or see sounds and music there are over 60 types of synesthesia.
Biological evidence suggesting the brain works differently when memorizing the face of a person from your own race than when memorizing a face from another race.
Scientists have developed a way to turn memories on and off literally with the flip of a switch.
Research has proven it is possible to reprogram mature cells from human skin directly into brain cells without passing through the stem cell stage.
New study shows physical and psychological ambivalence leads to expanded creativity and open-mindedness.
The older we get the more difficulty we seem to have remembering things as our aging brains are unable to process this information as new.
Gut bacteria influences anxiety like behavior through alterations in the way the brain is wired.
Findings about how brain synapses change the strength of connections could have a bearing on Alzheimers disease autism and mental retardation.
Hereditary diseases such as epilepsy or various coordination disorders may be caused by changes in nerve cells of the cerebellum.
Isolating the mechanisms by which the brain compensates for disruptions and reroutes neural functioning.
Bursts of brain waves known as sleep spindles may be networking between key regions of the brain to clear a path to learning.
Grey matter volume in the cerebellum at the back of the brain may predicts cognitive ability or intelligence level.
The lengthening of the average life span in the population has caused an increase in the prevalence of aging related disorders.
Brain imaging studies of blind people as they read in Braille show activity in the same part of the brain that lights up when sighted readers read.
Evidence linking brain function variations between the left and right sides of the brain to size at birth and the weight of the placenta.
The process of establishing a neuronal network does not always prove precise or error free.
56 : Brains Need Love Too
Demonstrating how a mothers love positively affects her offsprings developing brain.
After a good night sleep people remember information better when they know it will be useful in the future.
How quickly information stored in the activity patterns of the cerebral cortex neurons is discarded.
People over the age of twenty-seven experience a decline in cognitive skills according to research performed by the University of Virginia.
The amygdala a small almond shaped structure deep within the brain temporal lobe is important to a rich and varied social life among humans.
Revealing which regions in the brain fire up when we suppress an automatic behavior.
Insight into emotional life of an individual who lacks function of an almond-shaped structure in the brain known as the amygdala.
Article examines foods and exercises in order to maintain a health brain in middle age and senior years.
Decoding spoken words using only signals from the brain with a device that has promise for long-term use in paralyzed patients who cannot now speak.
Brain cell communication network the synapses transmit messages via chemical neurotransmitters packaged in small containers called vesicles.
Key components of a signaling pathway that controls departure of neurons from the brain niche where they form and allows cells to start migrating to their final destination.
Information regarding how the human brain transitions between conscious and unconscious states when under anesthesia.
Scientists have discovered the part of the brain that tracks the position of our limbs as we move through space.
The masculine brain has more aromatase testosterone converting estrogen neurons in certain regions.
fMRI scans study connections between perceived social isolation or loneliness and activity in the human brain.
A tug-of-war between two sides of the brain causes it to become asymmetrical according to research.
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