Paige Sluyter

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‘How I learned to live with multiple personalities’

Severe trauma can cause a unique kind of mental breakdown - dissociative identity disorder (DID), which creates multiple personalities. What is it like trying to live with this condition?<p>Until she was 40 years old, Melanie Goodwin had no memory of her life before the age of 16. Then, a family …

Psychology

Memory Formation In The Human Brain: Neuroscientists Identify Circuits Needed For Long-Term Consolidation

When we experience things, be it a delicious meal or a terrible film or an accident or an outing with friends, the memory of it is registered in a …

Brain Cells Of 'Villainous Character' Might Explain Diseases Like Parkinson's

The important discovery could lead to new medications for MS, Huntington's and Alzheimer's.<p>There are 100 billion neurons in the human brain ― and four times as many “astrocytes,” a type of star-shaped cell populating the central nervous system.<p>Healthy astrocytes are essential to brain health, …

Neuroscience

New DNA-Like Drugs Show Promise in Treating Alzheimer’s

A growing body of research has traced the roots of Alzheimer’s disease to the deposition of a protein called tau throughout the brain. To date, …

Dementia

The Father of Modern Neuroscience Was an Athlete and Artist

Santiago Ramón y Cajal (1852-1934) is considered by many to be the father of modern neuroscience. He was one of the first people to unravel the …

Glucose deprivation in the brain sets stage for Alzheimer's disease

One of the earliest signs of Alzheimer’s disease is a decline in glucose levels in the brain. It appears in the early stages of mild cognitive …

Stanford researchers map brain circuitry affected by Parkinson’s disease - Scope

In the brain, neurons never work alone. Instead, critical functions of the nervous system are orchestrated by interconnected networks of neurons …

We've Been Wrong About Where the Brain Processes Language for 141 Years

Where word salad is really made.<p>The map of where and how the brain processes speech has been modified again. Researchers from Northwestern University just published a paper in the journal <i>Brain</i> wherein they demonstrate that the famous Wernicke's area, thought to be the center of language …

Signs Of Depression And Anxiety Can Be Seen In Newborns

Early differences in brain connectivity predict later symptoms, a new study suggests.<p>Depression and anxiety can take root as early as the very first moments of life.<p>Certain patterns of brain connectivity seen in newborn babies can predict the baby’s likelihood of showing early symptoms of mental …

Increasing Confidence and Reducing Fear By Analyzing Brain Waves

<i>Summary: Researchers have developed a new technique they believe could help people build confidence and overcome fears.</i><p>Source: UCLA.<p><b>UCLA-led research</b> …

Scientists Think They've Identified The Underlying Neurological Cause of Dyslexia

It's much bigger than we realised.<p>Scientists have identified a neural signature in people with dyslexia that could explain why those who experience …

Creation of neuroscience research hub

<i>EMC working with McGill to support data storage and visualization technologies to help with the NeuroHub project</i><p>The Canadian research team that …

New Mechanism of How Brain Networks Form Identified

<i>Summary: Inhibitory neurons form neural networks that become broader as they mature, a new study reports.</i><p>Source: Baylor College of</b> …

The Late Effects of Stress: New Insights Into How the Brain Responds to Trauma

<i>Summary: A new study reports on how a single instance of extreme stress can lead to long term neurological changes and trauma.</i><p>Source: National Center …

How to Become a ‘Superager’

Think about the people in your life who are 65 or older. Some of them are experiencing the usual mental difficulties of old age, like forgetfulness or a dwindling attention span. Yet others somehow manage to remain mentally sharp. My father-in-law, a retired doctor, is 83 and he still edits books …

The Brain

Groundbreaking fMRI study finds 4 distinct neurological subtypes of depression

By on December 20, 2016 at 12:02 pm<p>New research from Weill Cornell has isolated four distinct neurotypes of depression. But its knock-on effects are …

Teeny tiny device mimics the blood-brain barrier

The blood-brain barrier, a network of specialized cells that surrounds the arteries and veins within the brain, forms a unique gateway. It both …

Brains of ‘supernormal’ seniors seem to resist damage

Scientists are studying a small group of older adults with excellent memories called “supernormals” to determine their risk for Alzheimer’s.<p>They …

Deep gray matter atrophy in neuromyelitis optica spectrum disorder and multiple sclerosis. - PubMed

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE:<p>We investigated changes in deep gray matter (DGM) volume and its relationship to cognition and clinical factors in a large …

Fear reduction without fear through reinforcement of neural activity that bypasses conscious exposure

1.<p>LeDoux, J. <i>Anxious</i> (Oneworld Publications, 2015).<p>2.<p>Schiller, D. <i>et al.</i> Preventing the return of fear in humans using reconsolidation update …

How Compassion Can Heal Shame from Childhood

We all experienced shame in childhood—whether it was from being teased or bullied on the playground, from always being the last one chosen to be on a …

Attachment Theory Explains Why Your Relationships Fail

The beliefs you adopt in pursuing your relationships determines the type of relationships you end up with.<p>We are attracted to those who confirm the …

Psychology

Promising Discovery For A Non-Invasive Early Detection of Alzheimer's

<i>Summary: A new paper details a technology that can detect pathological oligomeric forms of tau in Alzheimer’s patients through human blood …

Experts Suggest New Theory For PTSD Symptoms

<i>Summary: A new study reports context processing problems could help to explain some of the symptoms and neuroimaging findings associated with …

University of Michigan

23andMe Pulls Off Massive Crowdsourced Depression Study

Trove of consumer gene data yields breakthrough in search for depression genes.<p>A scientific expedition into the DNA of more than 450,000 customers of …

University of Pennsylvania

An academic search engine for scientific articles

Cut through the clutter<p>Find peer-reviewed research from the world's most trusted sources<p>Semantic Scholar is a free, nonprofit, academic search engine …

Autism: Scientists May Be Able To Explain A Third Of All Cases

The discovery could help researchers develop a treatment.<p>The scarcity of a single protein in the brain could explain as many as a third of all cases …

University of Toronto