Fred Warmbier, the student's father, said the family did not believe North Korea's explanation of his son's condition.
New study also disproves a theory about dyslexia.
The Peabody Essex Museum wants to use brain science to help offer transformative experiences for its visitors.
Science debunks the myth that humans have a poor sense of smell.
U.S. neurobiologist Larry Cahill says researchers ignore critical differences between men and women’s brains.
Nutritional deficiencies can lead to the development of psychiatric disorders and cognitive decline.
Half of people who have suffered severe head injuries have trouble maintaining normal sleeping habits and often don’t realize it’s a problem.
Post-mortem analyses showed 96 percent had chronic traumatic encephalopathy.
Information on what causes this psychiatric illness may be found inside the mouth.
Researchers at Stanford are trying to see what parts of the brain underlie creativity.
Your brain doesn’t sound out words; it recognizes each word as a whole.
Research on the brain’s “positioning system” may have implications for memory, thinking, planning and spatial memory loss
Japanese neuroscientists determined that Neymar uses minimal brain activity when playing
Tracking emotional brain activations can help single out patients with the best chance at responding to experimental treatments.