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Making memories stronger and more precise during aging Buried deep underneath the folds of the cerebral cortex, neural stem cells in the hippocampus continue to generate new neurons, inciting a struggle between new and old as the new attempts to gain a foothold in memory-forming center of the brain. Researchers have found they can bias competition in favor of newly generated neurons. Results may have implications for PTSD, MCI, and age-related memory loss.
Is Private Practice Worth it? 6 Therapists Weigh In! In last week’s article, I addressed the question, “What does it take to succeed in private practice?” For many clinicians, especially those who are first generation college grads and business owners, the idea of carving out a new professional path is a daunting one. When … ...
Video: Lying in a Relationship The best indicator you have of how someone will treat you is how they treat other people. Looking at your relationships in these terms can make for some unpleasant insights. You know that friend you have who says nasty things about other people behind their … ...
Today I Love Sleeping In Today I love sleeping in in the middle of the week. I love friends having birthdays. I love beautiful music in beautiful settings. I love this town, that it is … ...
An Awesome Reversal for People with a ‘Rough Past’ In NLP we call it a reframe – the altering of meaning. Most of us understand that we don’t see the world as it is, but as we are. Theoretically, … ...
Can My Marriage Be Saved? Four Tips that May Help If you’re asking: Can my marriage be saved? Then I can sympathize with you. A good marriage can be an emotional, physical, psychological and financial foundation for a stable life. … ...
Not All Excessive Sexual Behavior Is CSB ​Just because someone is hypersexual does not mean he or she has CSB (compulsive sexual behavior).
New role of adenosine in the regulation of REM sleep discovered The regulation and function of sleep is one of the biggest black boxes of today's brain science. A new paper finds that rapid eye movement (REM) sleep is suppressed by adenosine acting on a specific subtype of adenosine receptors, the A2A receptors, in the olfactory bulb.
When silencing phantom noises is a matter of science New study in mice proposes the first gene that could help prevent tinnitus, that ringing in the ears inside one's head when no external sound is present. This discovery is a first step to identify the molecules that could be targeted in treatments to silence the phantom noises, and help thousands of people.
No Comment: 3 Rules for Dealing With Internet Trolls Internet trolling thwarts the democratic ideal of online deliberation. What can we do about it?
Are Pet Owners Really at Greater Risk of Cancer? A new study used "big data" to examine the associations between pet-ownership and cancer rates and physical activity in older women. The results are surprising.
How Technology and Data are Disrupting Addiction Treatment... Sometimes the math doesn’t work. That’s why we have systems of checks and balances and why putting things on paper or spreadsheets helps us to understand efficiencies and best practices. When we break things down, we’re able to remove the myopic blinders, we can see … ...
Black Mold: A Possible Hidden Illness in Newly Recovered...     When substance abusers decide it’s time for recovery, it isn’t just a matter of entering a treatment program where tools to stop abusing drugs are taught. Often health … ...
If You Don’t Have One True Calling, That’s a... One of the most significant generational differences between millennials and older colleagues is the contrasting mindset around career path. Not so long ago, the average employee joined a company out of college, worked his or her way up from entry level to middle ground and … ...
Does Stress Fuel or Hijack Creativity? Depending on how we look at it, stress can both stimulate and disrupt creativity. Many artists may use stressful situations and emotional turmoil in their creative work, but stress and … ...
Disrespected: Getting Respect No one can take away your self-respect, but you. It may help if you know what self-respect means. It is the feeling that you are a worthwhile human being in … ...
Want to Increase Cooperation at Work? Turn on the Radio New research shows happy music helps boost cooperation.
Registered Behavior Technician (RBT) Requirements An RBT (Registered Behavior Technician) is a very beneficial credential to have when working in the behavior analysis field as well as in any field in which you are working with children or adults, specifically in the behavior health, healthcare, or other supportive services fields. … ...
4 Toddler Behavior Management Tips from a Behavior Analyst... Parenting a toddler is fun. Toddlers can provide so much joy and light to our day. They laugh, smile, cuddle, and do lots of cute things. They also are beginning … ...
Persistent childbirth pain increases risk of postnatal depression New research shows that women who experience persistent childbirth pain are more likely to develop postnatal depression following the birth of their child.