The study appeared in Scientific Reports.
Participants completed a memory task involving name-to-face association after getting some shut-eye.
The research was published in Frontiers in Cellular and Infection Microbiology.
The results provide more evidence that the window of brain plasticity is much wider than previously believed.
Researchers from Northwestern Medicine have uncovered how octopamine communicates with other cells in mammalian brains to prevent cell death.
The study's results have been published in a paper in the journal Scientific Reports.
Participants were asked to imagine a stimulus and then rate how well they could see it in their minds' eye.
The findings were published in Nature Microbiology.
It takes about six months, on average, to form the gym habit: Caltech experts.
The findings were released in Nature Neuroscience.
New research finds circuit-based mechanisms mediating habit formation are at play in habit-driven eating behavior.