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New research published today by the University of Southampton shows new insight into how our brain develops, which can pave the way for treating neurological disorders.
New research has shown that over-activity in a specific area of the brain is linked to certain symptoms of Schizophrenia, opening up possibilities for the development of more targeted treatments.
Can people who understand the emotions of others better interpret emotions conveyed through music? A new study by an international team of researchers suggests that abilities are linked.
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Neurodegenerative and psychiatric illnesses can be brought on by inflammation and an overactive immune system in the brain, which results in the loss of synapses and the death of neurons.
Loss of synapses and the death of neurons, leading to neurodegenerative and psychiatric diseases can be caused by inflammation and overactivation of the immune system in the brain.
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The underlying neurological mechanism that enables humans to feel empathy has been identified by researchers. Empathy is brought on by synchronised neuronal oscillations in the right hemisphere of the brain, which enables the creatures to sense and share each other's dread.
Using state-of-the-art whole-genome sequencing and machine learning techniques, researchers conducted one of the first and the largest investigations of tandem repeats in schizophrenia, elucidating their contribution to the development of this devastating disease.
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Researchers have long searched for genetic influences in schizophrenia, a neurodevelopmental disorder that disrupts brain activity producing hallucinations, delusions, and other cognitive disturbances. However, the disease's genetic mutations have been identified in only a small fraction few
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Washington [US], October 13 (ANI): Researchers have identified over 12,000 genetic variants that influence a person's height.
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Washington [US], October 8 (ANI): People with psychotic diseases, such as schizophrenia, are 2.5 times more likely to develop memory loss than those who do not have a psychotic disorder, according to a study.
Washington [US], October 6 (ANI): According to a study, people with psychotic illnesses such as schizophrenia are 2.5 times more likely to develop dementia than those who do not have a psychotic disorder.
Washington [US], October 4 (ANI): Medical researchers have discovered how to create more accurate, consistent brain organoids to develop treatments for neurological disorders.