A new study identifies the neural markers of beat synchronization in the brain and sheds light on how auditory perception and motor processes work together.
Current sleep patterns could help determine your risk of developing Alzheimer’s disease as you age. People who experience more fragmented sleep and less non-REM slow-wave sleep are more likely to have increased levels of amyloid-beta.
An international research team reports that problems in spatial navigation can also be detected in people with a genetic risk for Alzheimer’s.
A new study demonstrates that a technology developed at the University of Central Florida could serve as a more reliable clinically-based model of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS) and a better screening tool for novel therapies than currently use preclinical models.
New long-term brain monitoring technologies that can continuously record brain activity could help improve the treatment and management of epilepsy.
Scientists have developed a new theory as to how hearing loss may cause dementia and believe that tackling this sensory impairment early may help to prevent the disease.
A new study compares adolescent siblings to determine the impact of early and frequent use of marijuana on cognitive function
Finally this week a new two-stage model seeks to answer a longstanding philosophical debate over whether consciousness is continuous or discrete. Findings suggest discrete consciousness is preceded by a long-lasting unconscious processing period.