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Human sounds convey emotions clearer and faster than words It takes just one-tenth of a second for our brains to begin to recognize emotions conveyed by vocalizations. It doesn't matter whether the non-verbal sounds are growls of anger, the laughter of happiness or cries of sadness. More importantly, the researchers have also discovered that we pay more attention when an emotion (such as happiness, sadness or anger) is expressed through vocalizations than we do when the same emotion is expressed in speech.
Tiny electronic implants monitor brain injury, then melt away A new class of small, thin electronic sensors can monitor temperature and pressure within the skull - crucial health parameters after a brain injury or surgery - then melt away when they are no longer needed, eliminating the need for additional surgery to remove the monitors and reducing the risk of infection and hemorrhage.
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High fish consumption in pregnancy tied to brain benefits for kids When mothers eat three sizeable servings of fish each week during pregnancy it may benefit children’s brains for years to come, according to a large study in Spain.
Brain training for anxiety, depression and other mental conditions A new treatment for disorders like depression and anxiety uses real-time scans to show patients how their brains go awry—and how to fix the dysfunction.
Anger I have had anger issues all my life. One minute I’m calm, in a good mood, the next something sets me off. I snap and I’m in a rage. It’s … ...
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Natural impulsiveness may be a reason that bipolar disorder... Bipolar disorder is a serious, debilitating illness. The mood swings alone can be devastating, but we also suffer between episodes. This is why equally serious medications have been developed to … ...
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3 Signs of A Wounded Self At 35, Gwen is a successful businesswoman—an executive in advertising— and well-regarded but her personal life is another story. As the daughter of a highly controlling mother whom she tries … ...
Today I Love The Company Of Hope Today I love being in the company of hope. Hope is the thing that resides in your heart, whether you have plans or not. Hope is what gives you the … ...
Why No-Nonsense Classrooms Are Less Terrible Than Usual Ones Recently, we've heard of the success of "no-nonsense teaching." Here's what I like about it. It makes no bones about the fact that children are little prisoners who must ....
How To Meditate With ADHD Introduction According to Kelly (1998), “We believe that meditation is critical for ADDers.”  Kelly (1998) continues with her argument stating people with ADHD are hyperactive and run on adrenaline.  The … ...