The more irregular noises you hear in the background, the harder your brain has to work to direct your attention to what is important. It does this by learning to anticipate the unforeseen.
Loneliness in adolescence affects future income, pioneering Norwegian study finds.
Parts of the brain decline faster from age 30. These brain changes are accelerated in people with Alzheimer’s disease.
Clinical Hypnosis in Medical Care: A Mixed-Method Feasibility Study
Jan. 17, 2022
Preoperative hypnosis has shown promising effects in controlling side effects from breast cancer surgery, but the feasibility and effects are largely unknown outside the US.
Within- and across-day patterns of interplay between depressive symptoms and related psychopathological processes: a dynamic network approach during the COVID-19 pandemic
Jan. 10, 2022
In order to understand the intricate patterns of interplay connected to the formation and maintenance of depressive symptomatology, repeated measures investigations focusing on within-person relationships between psychopathological mechanisms and depressive components are required.
Parent-child communication about emotions during SIBS: a joint intervention for siblings and parents of children with chronic disorders
Nov. 15, 2021
Quality of parent-child communication is associated with adjustment in siblings of children with chronic disorders.
Cardiometabolic risk factors associated with brain age and accelerate brain ageing
Oct. 25, 2021
The structure and integrity of the ageing brain is interchangeably linked to physical health, and cardiometabolic risk factors (CMRs) are associated with dementia and other brain disorders.