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This form of brain training may help treat severe schizophrenia
New research finds that targeted cognitive training improves verbal and auditory outcomes in people with treatment-resistant schizophrenia.
Who is most likely to experience 'hangxiety?'
New research finds that 'hangxiety,' the experience of anxiety during a hangover, is higher among shy, introverted people than it is in extroverted people.
OCD: Brain mechanism explains symptoms
The largest study of its kind examines the brains of people living with obsessive-compulsive disorder and offers new insights into the condition.
Depression: Ketamine prevents loss of pleasure in primates
Why do people with depression lose pleasure in daily activities? And why does ketamine help treat depression in some? A new study offers some answers.
Social media photo overkill may boost narcissism
Findings of a recent study suggest that individuals most likely to post photos of themselves on social media may develop higher levels of narcissism.
Depression: Electrical stimulation can 'significantly' improve mood
Researchers found that only 3 minutes of electrical stimulation applied to the orbitofrontal cortex relieves symptoms of moderate and severe depression.
What makes your personality 'healthy' or 'unhealthy?'
Do you have a 'healthy personality?' Researchers claim to have mapped out the personality traits that can help a person thrive in life.
Study finds 5 types of alcohol use disorder that vary with age
New research reveals five problem drinking 'profiles,' and shows that these types of drinking patterns are more prevalent at different ages.
How you react to stress may predict brain health
New research suggests that the way we respond to minor daily stressors may affect our cognition and brain health well into old age.
How your personality could affect your longevity
Can personality help predict how long you will live? A newly published study suggests that personality traits in adolescence may speak to mortality risk.
Study investigates how MDMA affects cooperation and trust
Study using game theory model finds that MDMA increases cooperative behavior toward trustworthy people and affects brain regions tied to social cognition.
Suicide: Study finds 4 genes that may raise risk
A new study zooms in on four genetic variants that influence the likelihood of death by suicide. It also finds 207 genes that need further investigation.
How to protect your mental well-being this festive season
Although many of us look forward to the holiday season, we know it can be a stressful time. Here, we offer some simple ways to reduce the stress.
How does social media use affect our body image?
Recently published research examines the effect of active social media engagement on the self-perceived body image of young adult women.
Do you use music as a sleep aid?
A recent survey finds that a surprisingly high number of people use music to help them sleep and to combat sleep disorders. What do you listen to?
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