Neuroscience

The scientific study of the nervous system is entering a new golden age. Researchers and clinicians continue to advance the treatment of conditions such as Alzheimer’s syndrome, Parkinson’s disease, epilepsy, and traumatic brain injury. Public initiatives like the federal Brain Research Through Advancing Innovative Neurotechnologies (BRAIN) program in the United States, announced in April 2013, ensure that funding and resources will continue to be applied to this rapidly growing field. Elsevier’s journals, books, eBooks, online references, and tools are respected around the world for everything from physiology and pathology to behavioral genetics and nerve repair. Our publications are a gateway to the latest advancements in neuroscience research and leading-edge data for professionals, students, and academics alike.

Neuroscience

‘Map’ of Teenage Brain Provides Strong Evidence of Link Between Serious Antisocial Behavior and Brain Development

The brains of teenagers with serious antisocial behaviour problems differ significantly in structure to those of their peers,... Read more

Neuroscience; Psychology

Reference Module in Neuroscience and Biobehavioral Psychology

We are thrilled to announce that Elsevier’s Reference Module family is growing! Two new modules will be publishing... Read more

Neuroscience

Carrots and Sticks Fail to Change Behavior in Cocaine Addiction

People who are addicted to cocaine are particularly prone to developing habits that render their behavior resistant to... Read more

Neuroscience

Sex and the Brain: Fruitless Research?

The male and female brains have more in common than media reports often suggest, argues Julia Gottwald, a... Read more

Neuroscience

Elsevier Activities at the FENS Forum for Neuroscience

If you’re attending FENS in Copenhagen this summers, here’s a list of activities at Elsevier’s Booth #70. If... Read more

Neuroscience

My Brain Made Me Do It: Will Neuroscience Change the Way We Punish Criminals?

Australian law may be on the cusp of a brain-based revolution that will reshape the way we deal... Read more

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Why We Can’t Tickle Ourselves

Some of us are more ticklish than others, but nearly everyone is unable to tickle themselves. The answer... Read more

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Beastie Boy John Berry Died of Frontal Lobe Dementia – But What Is It?

John Berry, a founding member of the Beastie Boys, recently died of dementia at the age of 52.... Read more

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