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Absence … missing … loss … longing … pain … powerlessness … anger. These are just some of the words found in any dictionary, but in our emotional dictionaries they can trigger powerful and painful feelings
Results suggest path toward precision therapies for neurodevelopmental disorders.
Scientists have discovered that a small group of brain cells in the hypothalamus called ‘orexin’ neurons could be a promising target for medications for controlling binge eating episodes in individuals with obesity.
Researchers report the brain’s response to taste stimuli is linked to higher anxiety and a drive for thinness in those with anorexia.
Volume 6 Issue 5 short reading course Neuro-Narrative Therapy; A New Connection Between Stress and Cancer, and a Psychosocial Genomic Approach to Therapy (1 hour) In this course you will learn: The history and attitudes of narrative therapy as the modality comes to...
Neurons in the brain form tangled webs of connections. Within these webs, cells communicate with each other to control motor, cognitive and other functions.
Some people with a certain type of hearing loss may be more likely to also have the memory loss and thinking problems called mild cognitive impairment, according to a preliminary study
Tears may hold clues to whether someone has Parkinson’s disease, according to a preliminary study e believe our research is the first to show that tears may be a reliable, inexpensive and noninvasive...
Our trust in strangers is dependent on their resemblance to others we’ve previously known, finds a new study by a team of psychology researchers.
by Bonnie Kaplan, PhD & Julia Rucklidge, PhD We are constantly hearing that ‘how we eat’ affects our health. There are several ways in which ‘how we eat’ can be quantified, but today we would like to focus on one: Dietary Patterns. First we want to say what...