» Scientific Meeting ยป New Perspectives on Cerebellar Function: Implications for Mental Health
17/10/19 21:00 from NIMH News Feed
This NIMH-sponsored symposium will bring together experts in basic and translational neuroscience to discuss the state of the field and identify opportunities to advance our understanding of how the cerebellum contributes to cognition, e...

» Spiritual and Existential Change Following Trauma
16/10/19 17:34 from Psych Central Professional
A key domain of posttraumatic growth is simply referred to as spiritual and existential change. At first glance, this may sound like some abstract theoretical construct that only philosophers and...

» Stress During Pregnancy Linked to Sex of Baby, Study Finds
16/10/19 09:05 from Psychology Headlines Around the World
Source: CNN - Health Undergoing either physical or mental stress while pregnant may lead to preterm birth and reduce the chance the baby is a boy, unless mom gets solid social support, according to one study.

» New TV Show Asks: Do You Love Meat Enough to Cook Your Pet?
16/10/19 09:05 from Psychology Headlines Around the World
Source: Yahoo News - Science Not only will a family of unrepentant carnivores have to let an animal they have adopted and grown to love go for slaughter if they refuse to stop eating meat -- they will be asked to cook and eat it. With ex...

» In a First, Scientists Pinpoint Neural Activity's Role in Human Longevity
16/10/19 09:04 from Psychology Headlines Around the World
Source: Science Daily - Top Health Researchers discover that the activity of the nervous system might influence human longevity. Neural excitation linked to shorter life, while suppression of overactivity appears to extend life span. Pro...

» Can Neurofeedback Training Increase Self-Esteem in Depression?
16/10/19 09:02 from Psychology Headlines Around the World
Source: Medical News Today - Mental Health A new study suggests that fMRI neurofeedback training can increase self-esteem in people with a history of depression by strengthening brain connectivity.

» To Ease Dementia Symptoms, Drugs May Not Be Best Option
16/10/19 08:59 from Psychology Headlines Around the World
Source: Reuters - Health Symptoms of aggression and agitation in dementia patients may respond better to non-drug therapies such as massage, touch therapy and outdoor activities, a new study suggests.

» "Deadnaming" Transgender Murder Victims Makes It Hard to Track Crimes
16/10/19 08:58 from Psychology Headlines Around the World
Source: Yahoo News - Top Headlines Deadnaming victims — or referring to a victim by their birth name rather than their chosen name — makes it difficult to know the actual number of transgender murder victims.

» Hormone Therapy Associated with Improved Cognition
16/10/19 08:36 from Psychology Headlines Around the World
Source: Science Daily - Top Health Estrogen has a significant role in overall brain health and cognitive function. That's why so many studies focused on the prevention of cognitive decline consider the effect of reduced estrogen levels d...

» Climate Concerns Have Largely Ignored Contraception Access, Say Experts
16/10/19 08:36 from Psychology Headlines Around the World
Source: Science Daily - Top Society Climate change concerns have largely ignored the importance of universal access to effective contraception, despite the impact of population growth on greenhouse gas emissions, argue experts.

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