The Cerebellum and Cognitive Function: 25 Years of Insight from Anatomy and Neuroimaging: Neuron

Loss of mTOR-Dependent Macroautophagy Causes Autistic-like Synaptic Pruning Deficits: Neuron

Loss of mTOR-Dependent Macroautophagy Causes Autistic-like Synaptic Pruning Deficits: Neuron

Loss of mTOR-Dependent Macroautophagy Causes Autistic-like Synaptic Pruning Deficits

Why Is Synaptic Pruning Important for the Developing Brain?

Irwin Feinberg, professor emeritus of psychiatry and behavioral sciences at the University of California, Davis, replies:

Origin of synaptic pruning process linked to learning, autism and schizophrenia identified: Findings may suggest new approaches to treatments -- ScienceDaily

Origin of synaptic pruning process linked to learning, autism and schizophrenia identified: Findings may suggest new approaches to treatments

Researchers have identified a brain receptor that appears to initiate adolescent synaptic pruning, a process believed necessary for learning, but one that appears to go awry in both autism and schizophrenia.

#Schizophrenia : Ancient Scrolls, #Genomic Sequencing and Synaptic Pruning By Jonathan LoTempio (posted March 18, 2016, NHGRI) #dementia

Schizophrenia: Ancient Scrolls, Genomic Sequencing and Synaptic Pruning - National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI)

Communicating Science Through Visual Media: Synaptic Pruning

This animation project was created by Elisabeth Evans, Denali Schmidt, and Alexandra Urban through the class "Communicating Science Through Visual Media.

Loss of mTOR-Dependent Macroautophagy Causes Autistic-like Synaptic Pruning Deficits: Neuron

Loss of mTOR-Dependent Macroautophagy Causes Autistic-like Synaptic Pruning Deficits: Neuron

Synaptic Pruning Research and Manipulation

Synaptic Pruning Research and Manipulation

Scientists have discovered a gene variant involved in synaptic pruning puts individuals at higher risk for developing schizophrenia.

Scientists open the ‘black box’ of schizophrenia with dramatic genetic discovery

How A Wandering Brain Can Help People Cope With Pain. - A brain that can let other thoughts bubble up despite being in pain might help its owner benefit from meditation or other cognitive therapie.

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End- Jack Sparrow is the best pirate

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End- Jack Sparrow is the best pirate<<uh, it's captain, captain Jack Sparrow

Scientists open the ‘black box’ of schizophrenia with dramatic genetic discovery - The Washington Post

Scientists open the ‘black box’ of schizophrenia with dramatic genetic discovery

'Scientists open the ‘black box’ of schizophrenia with dramatic genetic discovery' -- Scientists have discovered a gene variant involved in synaptic pruning puts individuals at higher risk for developing schizophrenia --

Work In Progress - Adolescent Brains Are A Work In Progress | Inside The Teenage Brain | FRONTLINE | PBS

If a teen is doing music, sports or academics, those are the connections that will be hard wired. If they¼re lying on the couch or playing video games or MTV, those are the cells and connections that are going to survive.

How a waste product of exercise protects neurons from trauma damage

Long-term memory test could aid earlier Alzheimers diagnosis. Scientists say testing memory over a long timescale reveals early deficits in the brains ability to remember. These are not detected by checks for short-term forgetfulness which is the curre

Scientists have discovered a gene variant involved in synaptic pruning puts individuals at higher risk for developing schizophrenia.

Scientists open the ‘black box’ of schizophrenia with dramatic genetic discovery

Scientists open the ‘black box’ of schizophrenia with dramatic genetic discovery

Children with autism have extra brain synapses. They found a drug that restores synaptic pruning also reverses autistic-like behaviours in mice, they report in the journal  Neuron. The findings suggest the condition could one day be treated in teenagers and adults, "though there is a lot of work to be done," he says.

Children with autism have extra brain synapses › News in Science (ABC Science)

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