White Matter/Grey Matter

Traumatic Experiences May Be Driving Force Behind Sleep Quality Disturbances in Veterans, Study Indicates
Newly published research highlights the significant impact of sleep disturbances on brain health in veterans diagnosed with PTSD who have also suffered mild traumatic brain injury (mTBI). Read More
Pregnancy-Related Brain Changes May Help New Mothers Prepare for and Bond With Their Children
Pregnancy is a time of profound changes in the female body, including the endocrine system—the system that secretes and regulates hormones. Changes in female sex hormones such as estrogen orchestrate… Read More
Evidence Links White Matter Patterns to Cognitive Performance in Bipolar Disorder
Doctors have observed that patients with bipolar disorder may suffer from cognitive dysfunction -- deficits in executive functioning, verbal learning and memory, attention, and processing speed –… Read More
Brain’s White Matter Linked to Core Cognitive Deficits in Schizophrenia
Some of the core cognitive problems that affect people with schizophrenia, such as reduced information processing speed and impaired working memory, are associated with alterations in the brain’s… Read More
Brain’s Gray and White Matter Deteriorate in Schizophrenia
Changes in the brain’s structure associated with schizophrenia have been increasingly well-documented with improvements in brain imaging techniques. Read More