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IBM and University of Alberta Publish New Data on Machine Learning...

IBM scientists and the University of Alberta in Edmonton, Canada, have published new data in Nature's partner journal, Schizophrenia1, demonstrating that AI and machine...
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Faulty Support Cells Disrupt Communication in Brains of People with Schizophrenia

New research has identified the culprit behind the wiring problems in the brains of people with schizophrenia.  When researchers transplanted human brain cells generated...
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Do You See What I See? New Research Says You Do

In this video, you will see two black dots moving across the screen.The question is: when the dots reach the centre of the screen,...
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Electrical Stimulation of Brain May Help People with Schizophrenia Learn to...

Findings UCLA researchers have found that people with schizophrenia were able to more accurately determine whether two auditory tones matched or differed, after receiving a...
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Memory of Social Interactions Impaired in All Phases of Schizophrenia

Findings People with schizophrenia have trouble remembering the details of social interactions in all phases of the illness, researchers report. However, in the early stages...
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Erratic Time Perception in Schizophrenia

Persons suffering from schizophrenia have a different perception of time than healthy individuals. There is far more variation in the way that a time...
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Structural Insights into the Modulation of Synaptic Adhesion by MDGA for...

Synapses connected by various synaptic adhesion molecules are communication spaces between neurons for transmitting information. Among various synaptic adhesion molecules, neuroligins are arguably the...
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UCLA Researchers Find Brain Differences Between People with Genetic Risk for...

AUCLA study characterizes, for the first time, brain differences between people with a specific genetic risk for schizophrenia and those at risk for autism,...
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Discovery of New Pathway in Brain Has Implications for Schizophrenia Treatment

Neuroscientists at Tufts University School of Medicine have discovered a new signaling pathway that directly connects two major receptors in the brain associated with...
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Scientists Discover Shared Genetic Origin for Mnd and Schizophrenia

Researchers from Trinity College Dublin have shown for the first time that Motor Neurone Disease (MND) -- also known as Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) -- and...
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How Mapping Teenagers’ Brains Has Helped Us Understand More about Schizophrenia

When I was studying for my PhD at the University of California at Berkeley, I spent an awful lot of my weekends asking teenagers...
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Faulty Genomic Pathway Is Linked to Schizophrenia Developing in Utero, Study...

The skin cells of four adults with schizophrenia have provided an unprecedented “window” into how the disease began while they were still in the...
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Pitt Bioinformatics Study Provides Clues to Relationship Between Schizophrenia and Rheumatoid...

An in-depth computational analysis of genetic variants implicated in both schizophrenia and rheumatoid arthritis by researchers at the University of Pittsburgh points to eight...
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B Vitamins Reduce Schizophrenia Symptoms, Study Finds

A review of worldwide studies has found that add-on treatment with high-dose b-vitamins - including B6, B8 and B12 - can significantly reduce symptoms...
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University of Maryland Blood Test Offers Potential Aid in Schizophrenia Diagnosis

Researchers from the University of Maryland College Park (UMD) and Baltimore (UMB) campuses have developed a blood test that could help doctors more quickly...
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The ‘Goldilocks’ Genes That Hold Clues to a Plethora of Diseases

Geneticists from Trinity College Dublin have used our evolutionary history to shine light on a plethora of neurodevelopmental disorders and diseases. Their findings isolate...
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A Brain Wide Chemical Signal That Enhances Memory

The new discoveries indicate how current drugs used in the treatment of Alzheimer’s, designed to boost this chemical signal, counter the symptoms of dementia....
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Patients Recovering from Depression Show Improvements in Memory from the Drug...

GPs or psychiatrists often hear complaints of concentration or memory difficulties from patients with depression, but we are not good enough at treating these...
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Neural Connection Keeps Instincts in Check

From fighting the urge to hit someone to resisting the temptation to run off stage instead of giving that public speech, we are often...
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Genes Affecting Our Communication Skills Relate to Genes for Psychiatric Disorder

The researchers studied the genetic overlap between the risk of having these psychiatric disorders and measures of social communicative competence - the ability to...