ATLANTA—The ability to delay gratification in chimpanzees is linked to how specific structures of the brain are connected and communicate with each other, according to researchers at Georgia State University and Kennesaw State University.
Their findings were published June 3 in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.
This study provides the first… more »
ATLANTA—Brown fat tissue, the body’s “good fat,” communicates with the brain through sensory nerves, possibly sharing information that is important for fighting human obesity, such as how much fat we have and how much fat we’ve lost, according to researchers at Georgia State University.
The findings, published in The Journal of Neuroscience, help to describe… more »
Sleep deprivation feels miserable and can cause health problems. Dr. Elliott Albers in the Center for Behavioral Neuroscience is looking at the part of the brain that controls sleep cycles, helping people better cope with sleep disruptions.