Pause for Thought


People with tinnitus constantly hear annoying sounds, which can detract from their quality of life. This noise is triggered by malfunctions in the brain due to neuron clusters firing excessively and synchronously. The acoustic CR neuromodulation method developed by JARA-BRAIN scientist Prof. Peter Tass is a promising treatment. This method disturbs the synchronous firing of the neurons by using electrical stimulation. Recent research work has now shown that this therapeutic approach can be improved by incorporating sufficiently long pauses between the stimulation of the neurons even if very weak stimulations are used. more

What is a Rewarding Reward?

JARA-BRAIN scientists recently investigated which incentives had an effect on healthy test subjects, as well as on patients with ADHD and autism.

"Growing up isn't always easy"

Mental illness is one of the most frequent illnesses of children and young people. In conversation with JARA-BRAIN scientist Prof. Beate Herpertz-Dahlmann.


Energylandscape

As part of a cooperation project between RWTH Aachen University and Forschungszentrum Jülich (JARA), a new database was created, that provides comprehensive overview of the main research areas in energy of the two institutions.

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Human Brain Project
JARA Involved in European Megaproject on Human Brain Simulation
JARA FIT Annual Report
You can download the new JARA-FIT Annual Report 2012 from here. Our last year's scientific progress and our achievements are documented there.