Misplaced keys and forgotten appointments are among the episodic memories that are lost to Alzheimer disease. Yale clinicians and scientists are looking for new ways to predict the disease and find a treatment.
Teas, vitamins, and certain foods are touted as balms for our brains. Not so fast, says a neuroscientist.
How circuits of neurons become the narratives of our lives.
Different memories reside in different parts of the brain, and neuroscientists are still trying to find out where our brains store some memories.
How regeneration happens and how it might be exploited are the subjects of intense investigation.
Abuse can change the ways in which genes are expressed, leading to alterations throughout the genome.
Scientists debate whether such higher-order processes as consciousness and morality have their own real estate in the brain.
Three labs, including one at Yale, independently target a gene implicated in autism.
A new study finds a link between stress, high levels of estrogen and certain mood disorders.
The brain's prefrontal cortex may hold the key to our ability to recognize and remember one another.