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Synesthesia: Hearing colors and tasting sounds
People with synesthesia experience unique perceptual cross-overs, such as associating letters or sounds to colors. Learn more about it in this Spotlight.
What's the difference between bipolar I and bipolar II?
Bipolar I and II are types of bipolar disorder that involve manic and depressive episodes. A person with bipolar II may experience hypomania, which is less severe than the manic episodes that occur in bipolar I. Learn more about the differences between these conditions here.
Do you perceive smells that aren't there?
Some people hallucinate smells. In the first study of its kind, researchers show that phantom odor perception is more common than once thought.
Psychedelic compound triggers near-death experiences
New research shows that DMT, the active ingredient in ayahuasca, has the same effect on the brain as what have been described as 'near-death experiences.'
Can service dogs help with anxiety?
Service dogs not only provide emotional support for people with anxiety disorders, but they can also be trained to perform essential tasks. They can detect and reduce anxiety attacks, fetch medication, and get help for people in distress. We discuss how to get a service dog for anxiety, how they can help, and breeds.
Technology has driven us into a cognition crisis. Is there anything we can do about it?
Adam Gazzaley, a scientist who’s spent his career researching the link between human nature and technology, has some advice on what we can do about our generation’s cognition crisis.
Herpesvirus may lead to bipolar, depression
New research finds the herpesvirus HHV-6 in the brain cells of people who lived with severe depression, bipolar disorder, or both.
How to protect your brain from 'fake news'
What is confirmation bias, and how does it make us susceptible to fake news? New research from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology investigates.
Brain area responsible for pessimism found
New research finds that stimulating a brain area called the caudate nucleus induces a tendency to focus too much on the downsides of a situation.
Exercise for mental health: How much is too much?
We know that physical activity can improve a person's mental health and well-being, but how much exercise is best, and how much is too much?
Psychedelic drugs 'may improve depression, anxiety, and PTSD'
Psychedelic drugs have a bad reputation, but could they be used to enhance psychotherapy? Some researchers argue they may help with anxiety and depression.
How stress can help you cope with bad news
Normally, our brains have an optimism bias. However, under stressful circumstances, we get better at processing negative information, says a new study.
What is 'Snapchat dysmorphia,' and why is it concerning?
A new phenomenon draws the attention of surgeons and psychologists alike: people are seeking plastic surgery in order to look like their filtered selfies.
Belly fat linked to cognitive decline
In the largest study of its type, researchers conclude that older adults who carry more belly fat are more likely to see a reduction in cognitive ability.
Agitation in dementia: Are drugs the best treatment?
Two common symptoms in people with dementia are agitation and psychosis. Now, a panel of experts explains how best to manage them, and which drugs do work.
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