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5 Tips To Get The Most Out Of Appointments... I see my psychiatrist every few months, and when I see him, it seems as if our appointments are short. I often leave his office frustrated because I forgot to … ...
Test rapidly, accurately profiles genetics and treatment of brain tumors Brain tumors can be rapidly and accurately profiled with a next-generation, gene-sequencing test recently developed. The test, called GlioSeq, is now being used by oncologists to help guide treatment planning of brain cancers.
The “Is Psychology a Science?” Debate In some ways psychology is a science, but in some ways it is not.
The Tasty Drink That Could Help Boost Memory And Thinking Skills 60 people were given tests of memory and thinking skills after drinking this for 30 days. » Continue reading: The Tasty Drink That Could Help Boost Memory And Thinking Skills Related articles:Early Fitness Preserves Thinking Skills 25 Years Later This Beverage Reversed Normal Age-Related Memory Loss in Three Months Here is Why Age-Related Memory and Thinking Problems Are Less Scary Than Many Imagine The Celebratory Drink That Could Improve Memory Smartphone Addiction: How It May Affect Your Thinking Skills
Hot Chocolate Could Help Boost Memory And Thinking Skills 60 people were given tests of memory and thinking skills after drinking this for 30 days.
The Beauty of Longtime Friendships One of the most wonderful aspects of Facebook is that it alerts you when friends are celebrating birthdays. One popped up this morning that spread a mile wide grin on … ...
How To Do Grief with Your Clients Thank you to Jill A. Johnson-Young, LCSW for this great guest post. Grief, loss of a loved one, and bereavement are some of the most common key words used by potential clients looking for a therapist. They represent a practice specialty that many therapists approach as … ...
Don't Fall For These Six Myths Of Success—Do This Instead We have the misconception that, in order to be successful, we have to postpone our happiness and well-being. Here are the six myths of success that we tend to fall for.
What Dogs Can Teach Us about Living in the Moment “You must live in the present, launch yourself on every wave, find your eternity in each moment. Fools stand on their island of opportunities and look toward another land. There is no other land; there is no other life but this.” ~ Henry David Thoreau … ...
Stress inhibits spatial perception Neuroscientists have investigated the effects of stress on the perception of scenes and faces. In a behavioral study, they compared the results of stressed participants with those of an unstressed control group. They were able to show that stress inhibits the perception of complex spatial information. The reason for this lies in the processing of this information in the hippocampus, an area in the temporal lobe of the brain, which is influenced by the stress hormone cortisol.
New theory linking brain activity to brain shape could throw light on human consciousness Scientists have shown that complex human brain activity is governed by the same simple universal rule of nature that can explain other phenomena such as the beautiful sound of a finely crafted violin or the spots on a leopard. They have identified a link between the distinctive patterns of brain function that occur at rest and the physical structure of people's brains.
The Rise of Toxic Leadership and Toxic Workplaces The truth of the matter is that we are hypocrites, and we are witnessing the rise of toxic leaders and workplaces. We tend to choose or follow a very different kind of leader.
Just what is “self care”? Scrolling through Tumblr recently, amidst the seemingly endless stream of Doctor Who fan art and cat memes, I saw a friend equate looking at corgi puppy photos with self care. This term, “self care,” seems to be a catch-all term for comforting activities, like whipping up a batch of cookie...
The Loss of Awe One of the great stories of our time has largely went untold: the loss of awe. Routines have replaced astonishment. However, individuals can take steps toward greater awe.
Both hemispheres of the brain process numbers Researchers have located an important region for the visual processing of numbers in the human brain and showed that it is active in both hemispheres. The scientists published high resolution magnetic resonance recordings of this region.
Today I Love The Snow Draped Trees The flakes were fluffy and fat and the damp trees gathered them up and decorated themselves with them. Late last night I saw shrubs and ornamental trees looking around furtively, waiting for their opportunity to go to the party ......
Drug Addiction Riding Behind Mental Illness? Drug addiction, despite being seen by many as some sort of failing of the mind, is not listed as a mental health disorder. Substance abuse has escaped that category despite … ...
Vyvanse: An Effective Treatment For ADHD Introduction Are you currently suffering from ADHD? Are you looking for a medication to relieve your symptoms associated with ADHD? If so, continue reading this article. This article is for … ...
Music, the Depressed Dyad and the Uplifting Circle A Baby Adrift When nine-month old Linda looked to her mother, she could not find her mother’s smile. Neither could she find her mother’s eyes, which were dull and cast downward, and thus she could not see her own emerging self in them. Linda was … ...
How to Get Out of Bed When You’re Depressed A woman on ProjectBeyondBlue.com, my depression community, recently asked me this: “You exercise daily and eat the right things. You research and write this stuff for a living. But what about those of us who can’t get out of bed in the morning? What about … ...