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An anti-inflammatory agent keeps microglia responses short and to the point
A study of mice in a semi-natural setting shows how the hormone oxytocin can amplify aggression as well as friendliness
A study in mice suggests how an acute inflammatory immune response in pregnancy may be tied to autism spectrum disorders
How are social cues encoded in our brains – and in the brains of those on the autistic spectrum?
Deficiency of a common substance could be linked to cognitive and behavioral problems
Subjects given problems to solve as they inhaled did better on tests
A unique neural circuit in the cortex controls how internal states affect our ability to learn from outside experience
A new study on bats reveals the cells that link our social connections to our internal spatial maps
How does the brain impose boundaries on free recollection?
Scientists at the Weizmann Institute prevented the onset of eating disorders through dietary intervention