(Fujian Normal University | China University Jobs) Researchers find young adults with unusual thinking and behavior (schizotypy) exhibit higher rhythmic sensitivity and overall musical talent. Highlights Young adults with schizotypal personalities display higher auditory timing perceptual abilities compared to those without schizotypal traits. Those with a schizotypal personality scored better on a musical aptitude exam …
Researchers from UPenn and Indiana University review techniques that thoroughly analyze networks of brain region and interpersonal interactions. Highlights These investigational tools are meant to help scientists reach a better comprehension of neurological system, behavioral, and social interactions.Such new methods include physiological recordings from DNA to proteins and from brain regional communication to social dynamics.The …
Written by Brett J. Weiss September 26, 2021 Image by Gordon Johnson from Pixabay Baylor scientists show a brain region producing memory-based depictions of the environment miscommunicate with a visual region in hallucinating LSD-injected rats. Highlights A brain region that encodes and retrieves memories called the hippocampus shows weak and disorganized communication with a visual …
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