Using a larger dataset than all previous studies on the subject combined, researchers found a small but significant connection between brain size and cognitive performance.
An Integrated Quantum Field Theory of the Evolution of Life, Consciousness, Cognition and the Neuroscience of Neuropsychotherapy
There is, and will continue to be, much discussion and debate as to what quantum is, really, and what it has to do with day-to-day human experience.
Researchers reveal the neurobiology and typical behavior associated with psychopathic personalities. The paper explores the red flags that might mean you are in a relationship with a psychopath.
According to researchers, being a night owl puts you at increased risk of health issues such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease. One reasons why, researchers report, is those who stay away later at night have unhealthier eating patterns and diets.
Individual differences in resting state connectivity may help explain why some people are more resilient to the effects of neighborhood violence than others.
Volume 6 Issue 12 short reading course Interpersonal Neurobiology Can Lead to Healthier Communities; Leading with Integration in Mind; The Relationship is the Therapy: Applying Interpersonal Neruobiology in Psychotherapy. (1.5 hours) In this course you will learn: How...
Study in patients challenges old pathway, suggests better targets for treating coma.
Richard Hill interviews Dr. Rebecca Mannis about her work with Ivy Prep and how she integrates neuroscience in her work
Researchers at Brown University found that stress early in the life of female mice leads to fewer “tuning” neurons in the part of the brain responsible for making sense of emotions and following rules.
Researchers report oligodendrocytes may be critical to the remyelination process.
In 1978, when I was 13 years old and struggling with the vicissitudes of puberty, I was fortunate to be taken under the wing of my middle school vice principal.
What is it that leaders are leading? People? Profits and results? Processes? Do they lead toward empowerment or power?
When I was first introduced to interpersonal neurobiology (IPNB) 10 years ago it felt like the locked door to a secret room had been opened.
Trauma-Sensitive Schools and Communities: Hearing the Music Through the Static Greg Czyszczon and Kirke Olson Members...
The second half of our talk with the talented and interdisciplinary therapist, researcher, teacher and artist who’s knowledge about the hard science of who we are is rather impressive.
Two Ways of Understanding Things A Conversation with Iain McGilchrist about What Matters with Bonnie Badenoch Members...
The story of how GAINS came to be [button...
THE NEUROPSYCHOTHERAPIST Volume 6 Issue 12 (December 2018) ISSN 2201-9529 suggested to Matthew Dahlitz, our Editor-in-Chief, that we could, now and again, devote an entire issue to an organisation,...
SOP 12: Terry Marks-Tarlow talks complex systems, fractals, and non-linear dynamics for therapists Part 1 of a two part conversation with Terry Marks-Tarlow. She received her B.A. in psychology from Stanford University and her Ph.D. in clinical psychology from UCLA....
Dear Members, Even though we have gathered over 67,000 followers on Facebook we understand there are a good number of you that would rather have our own social media space to talk about the science of psychotherapy. This space will be distinctly different from...
Social isolation and persistent loneliness change brain structures and behaviors.
Greater understanding of brain processes could help treat disorders that affect social function.
Research in animals illuminates important role of mast cells