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Neuroscience and Psychotherapy Research

Eating for Mental Wellbeing

Report by Binh Nguyen Members Download How often have we heard the saying that we are what we eat, with the view that the foods we eat can directly influence our state of mind and physical health? This statement may well be true for the more...

Babies Exposed to Stimulation Get a Brain Boost

Babies Exposed to Stimulation Get a Brain Boost By Audrey van der Meer, Professor of Developmental Neuroscience at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU).   Contrary to popular belief, providing young children with early stimulation can help to...

Is the low-serotonin theory of depression wrong?

Is the low-serotonin theory of depression wrong?   The theory that depression is highly correlated with low levels of serotonin has dominated our approach to treating depression with SSRIs (selective serotonin re-uptake inhibitors) to maintain higher levels of...

Developing the tools to predict mental conditions

Developing the tools to predict mental conditions: Brain representations of social thoughts and autism diagnosis Carnegie Mellon University (CMU) researchers have created brain-reading techniques to use neural representations of social thoughts to predict autism...

Neuroscience, kindness and compassion

Neuroscience, kindness and compassion – doing something good for your own brain. Seeing someone else in pain or suffering can be very difficult. For many, we experience a sympathetic sense of the pain and suffering within ourselves and it can almost seem healthier to...

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