Researchers report recalling specific positive memories from an earlier point in life was associated with fewer negative self-related thoughts and lower cortisol levels 12 months later. The study suggests recalling specific positive memories reduced vulnerability to depression over the course of one year.
A new study reports singing is beneficial for working memory, mood and executive function in people with mild or early stage dementia.
Researchers use coherent control to control the function of a living cell.
Researchers provide new insight into human consciousness, reporting we don't consciously choose our feelings or thoughts; we simply become aware of them.
Binghampton researchers report on how the foods we eat can affect our mental well being, and how our dietary needs change as we age.
A new study reports that being pleasantly surprised or disappointed with a certain food product can change a person's mood.
Researchers measure changes in brain metabolism during tDCS.
A new study reports depressed people who responded to ketamine found their activity increased during earlier parts of the day. Researchers suggest clock gene machinery may be linked to the type of depression that responds to ketamine treatment.