Learnings from the science of love may be useful in treating psychiatric conditions.
A great animated video explaining our evolutionary ability to process numbers, and why it’s a hazard to our wallets.
The One Minute Medical School explains the three levels of stigma: self, social, and structural.
KAUST Professor Pierre Magistretti discusses an experiment in that studied the brainwaves of two pianists as they performed together, looking for clues to synchrony and creativity in the brain.
In a small study from Helen Mayberg and colleagues at Emory University, depressed participants were randomized to either a medication or CBT, and underwent PET scans before treatment. Then the scans were analyzed to see if they were predictive of treatment response.
NIMH Director Thomas Insel on working toward a new understanding of the brain.
New research published reveals that not all stress is bad for us, and sometimes it can be helpful.
A neuroscience experiment with mice found that specific neurons are activated when they are stroked, and all hairy mammals may be wired to enjoy it.
A short film profiling a participant in the At Home/Chez Soi mental health and homelessness research project, as he cooks a group breakfast.
Canadian neuroscientist and science writer Ward Plunet discusses new research on meditation in his debut YouTube video, “8 Weeks of Meditation Can Change How You Process Emotions.”