From Schrödinger To YouTube, The House Cat Is Here To Stay

Our feline overlords aren’t just useful for cuddles, funny videos and silly memes; these domesticated darlings have served many purposes over history.

Brain ‘Conductor’ Keeps Time in Memory Orchestra

In mice, memories became useless and jumbled when a region of the brain called CA3 was shut down.

Schizophrenia In The Media: What A Difference A Name Makes

Although the Japanese term for schizophrenia was changed in 2002 to reduce the stigma attached to the condition, it continued to be associated with crime in the newspapers.

Neurological Soft Signs Of Schizophrenia Are Highly Heritable

Research shows that soft signs such as rigidity, gait imbalance and tremors are an inheritable indicator of schizophrenia.

Two Genes Linked To Schizophrenia

Double mutations in BDNF and dysbindin-1 have been associated with an increased risk of schizophrenia.

How Some Siblings Overcome Schizophrenia Risk

A brain imaging study has found that siblings of schizophrenic patients can overcome their genetic predisposition to the disease.

7 Must-Read Stories In May 2015

From classical music to educational achievements, there are the top stories that captured your attention in May.

For Schizophrenics, Integration—Not Attention—Is The Problem

Previous studies showing that schizophrenics have attention disorders were based on systematically exaggerated data, scientists say.

Pyschosis In Some Children Could Be Linked To Autoimmunity

Eight out of 43 children experiencing psychosis for the first time had antibodies against dopamine or NMDA receptors, suggesting the involvement of the immune system.