To err is human; to forgive, divine. Or is it? Research on the brain’s structural anatomy and activity provide insight into the science of forgiveness.
Neurology Times invited David E. Olson, PhD to discuss a new study that sheds light on the role of psychedelics in promoting neuritogenesis, spinogenesis, and synaptogenesis.
Neurological findings tell us why decision-making functions of the brain can be altered based on certain life experiences.
Watching events unfold when humans are subject to public embarrassment can lead to vicarious feelings—and change activity in the brain.