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What makes a patient drop out from addiction treatment? It turns out scientists have been looking for the answer in the wrong place.
As you grow older your cerebral cortex starts to change. It gets thinner. When you hit 60, things really start going downhill.
Associate Professor Nora Sveaass talks about her extensive work on torture prevention and in healing the wounds which have caused a series of conflicts in society, in Torture
Emotional negative events do not protect against false memories in young adults with depressive–anxious personality traits
Apr 14, 2014
Negatively charged events are often remembered with high accuracy and are less prone to memory distortions; however, whether this applies to individuals with high emotional involvement, it is not well understood.
Cognitive Effects of Late Life Depression: Review of Neuropsychological Findings
Apr 14, 2014
Normal aging and depression both slows information processing speed which leads to poorer attentional control, shallower inhibition monitoring, poorer encoding, poorer updating of short term memory, and subsequent poorer learning, set-shifting, error monitoring, inhibition control, and cognitive planning.
Suicidal ideation and self-harm among youths in Norway: associations with verbal, physical and sexual abuse
Apr 7, 2014
Using data from a national survey (n = 6979) of young people in their last year in Norwegian secondary schools in 2007 (aged 18–19), this paper Explores the relationship between sexual abuse and experiences of violence among young people in Norway and their Reporting of suicidal ideation and self-harm.