For the first time researchers have managed to reconstruct infants visual perception.
Just after the first pill has been swallowed, the human body starts to react. A new study at the University of Oslo can be the first step towards an individualized treatment of mental illnesses.
Smoking used to be cool. Today it is a pastime for kids with problems.
Patients who have tried to commit suicide with medication, are prescribed more medication after the attempt, not less.
What makes a patient drop out from addiction treatment? It turns out scientists have been looking for the answer in the wrong place.
Intensive short-term dynamic residential treatment program for patients with treatment-resistant disorders
May 25, 2015
The study investigated the effectiveness of an Intensive Short-Term Dynamic (ISTDP)residential treatment program for patients with treatment resistant anxiety- and/or depressive disorders, with and without comorbid personality disorders.
Cognitive control of speech perception across the lifespan: A large-scale cross-sectional dichotic-listening study
May 25, 2015
The ability to use cognitive-control functions to regulate speech perception is thought to be crucial in mastering developmental challenges, such as language acquisition during childhood or compensation for sensory decline in older age, enabling interpersonal communication and meaningful social interactions throughout the entire life span.
Making Sense of Neoliberal Subjectivity: A Discourse Analysis of Media Language on Self-development
May 18, 2015
The influence of neoliberalism on culture and subjectivity is well documented.