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Study answers why ketamine helps depression, offers target for safer therapy
Scientists have identified a key protein that helps trigger ketamine's rapid anti-depressant effects in the brain, a crucial initial step to developing alternative treatments to the controversial...
Multitasking brain mechanism examined
Multitasking is a difficult but highly desirable ability. New research examines a technique that might help us achieve it: reactivating the learned memory.
OCD linked to inflammation in the brain
A new study links OCD to excessive inflammation in certain areas of the brain. Could OCD be treated using existing anti-inflammatory drugs?
People who go to bed late have less control over OCD symptoms
A late bedtime is associated with lower perceived control of obsessive thoughts, according to new research from Binghamton University, State University of New York.
Investigating emotional spillover in the brain
Life is full of emotional highs and lows, ranging from enjoying an activity with a loved one and savoring a delicious meal to feeling hurt by a negative interaction with a co-worker or that recent...
Women who focus negatively, magnify chronic pain, more likely to be taking prescribed opioids
Female chronic pain sufferers who catastrophize, a psychological condition in which pain is exaggerated or irrationally focused on, not only report greater pain intensity, but are more likely to be...
Elder abuse research yields new evidence on incidence, risks, outcomes
New study data from the Chinese community in Chicago is shedding light on the impact of elder abuse in America.
How doodling can trigger feelings of pleasure
Researchers have found that art-making, and particularly doodling, can boost activity in the brain's reward pathway, triggering feelings of pleasure.
How can exercise improve body image?
A new study examines the psychological effects of a single exercise session on young women and shows how working out can make us feel stronger and thinner.
How does the brain respond to a single bout of exercise?
A new review examines the data available on the neurochemical, cognitive, and behavioral effects of a single session of physical activity.
Scientists find seven genes for insomnia
New wide-scale genetic study uncovers the genetic underpinnings of what is usually considered to be a purely psychological condition.
Visiting virtual beach improves patient experiences during dental procedures
Imagine walking along a South Devon beach on a lovely day. The waves are lapping on the shore, rabbits are scurrying in the undergrowth, and the bells of the local church are mingling with the calls...
Déjà vu: Re-experiencing the unexperienced
Here, we explore the common phenomenon of déjà vu: that odd sense that something wholly unfamiliar is, for a fleeting moment, strangely familiar.
Fever in pregnancy tied to higher risk of autism
Study of more than 95,000 children found that autism risk rose by over 300 percent if mothers had had three or more fevers after 12 weeks of pregnancy.
Research finds decadent-sounding descriptions could lead to higher consumption of vegetables
Would you be more likely to eat vegetables if they were described as "dynamite,""caramelized" and "sweet sizzlin'"?According to new research from Stanford scholars, the answer is a hearty yes.
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