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    Poor communication between brain's visual networks may increase risk of mental illness

    Individual regions of the brain have to team up to get things done. And like in any team, the key to working together is communication. Duke researchers used brain imaging to identify how patterns of brain connectivity -- the ability of different brain ...

    Breakdown of brain's visual networks linked to mental illness

    Brain regions that help process what we see may play a key role in mental health. Researchers used brain imaging to identify patterns of brain connectivity -- the ability of brain regions to talk to each other -- that affect a person's likelihood for ...

    Volunteers sought for brain-training

    The University of Queensland in Australia is calling on healthy individuals aged between 60 and 75 to participate in a brain training and stimulation study, which could aid in developing strategies to help tackle mental deterioration in a rapidly ageing ...

    The real mental dangers of letting your stress go unchecked

    "Brain changes associated with stress underpin many mental illnesses including PTSD, anxiety disorders and depression," says Dr. Jaideep Bains, professor in the Department of Physiology and Pharmacology, and member of the HBI. "Recent studies indicate that ...

    New mental health support centre in Calgary goes beyond awareness by teaching resiliency, prevention

    CALGARY—It’s like going to the gym, but for your brain. And instead of getting physically stronger, students at Recovery College will learn how to build up their mental strength and resilience. Located in the downtown core, the Calgary region of the ...

    'Something in my brain kind of snapped' - Irish musician (24) on how psychiatric care saved her life

    Something in my brain kind of snapped and I became acutely suicidal.” Connie Keane is a 24-year-old musician who spent six weeks in St Patrick’s Mental Health Services in Dublin last October. A traumatic personal incident last year eventually caused ...

    Brain-imaging study adds new evidence that infants track other people's beliefs

    A brain-imaging study offers new support for the idea that infants ... "Theory of mind would be your ability to think about other people's mental states: the thoughts, beliefs or anything else that goes on in the head of another person," he said.

    Study Adds New Evidence that Infants Track Others’ Mental States

    Neuroimaging reveals the temporal parietal junction, an area of the brain associated with theory of mind, responds similarly in infants and adults when watching videos of actors expressing different mental states. Source: University of Illinois.

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