Liz Kinloch

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Depression in adulthood twice as likely for those abused as children

New study also finds that such individuals are significantly less likely to respond to psychological or drug-based treatments<p>People with a history of abuse or maltreatment during childhood are twice as likely to have recurrent episodes of depression in adulthood, according to scientists. These …

Childhood abuse may stunt growth of part of brain involved in emotions

Three key areas of the hippocampus in the brain were smaller in people who reported maltreatment in childhood<p>Being sexually or emotionally abused as a child can affect the development of a part of the brain that controls memory and the regulation of emotions, a study suggests.<p>The results add to the …

How your childhood affects your success

A young Bill Gates.ScrapeTV<p>From the biological side of things to how we're nurtured, a lot of what goes on in childhood influences how we turn out as adults.<p>And while there isn't a set recipe for ensuring achievement and happiness in adulthood, psychology research has pointed to a handful of …

Achievement Gap

Modern Forensics: A Criminal’s Worst Nightmare

Photo courtesy of kuulapaa.comCutting-edge technological innovations in the field of forensic science has always been spurred by criminals and their …

Forensics

Dr Harold Shipman - Part 2 of 6

The Brains of Serial Killers with Dr. James Fallon

Understanding Serial Killers (Mental Health Guru)

Ted Bundy's Last Interview

Psychology of Serial Killers with Jim Clemente

John George Haigh - Part 1 of 3

Harold Shipman "Doctor Death"

Dr Harold Shipman - Part 4 of 6

Dr Harold Shipman - Part 3 of 6

John George Haigh Serial Killer Documentary - Mind blowing Documentaries

Why Do People Pretend to Be Serial Killers?

Examining the human urge to hoax.<p><i>This article originally appeared on VICE UK.</i><p>The day is June 26, 1979 and police detective George Oldfield—a man so tired he resembles an ancient cliff one moment away from collapsing into the ocean—has called a press conference to announce a breakthrough in the hunt …

Crime