A new study contradicts previous findings that suggest misophonia is caused by a supersensitive connection between the auditory cortex and orofacial motor control areas of the brain.
Young people who consume "cheat meals", or meals that break a normal diet as a treat, are more likely to suffer from eating disorders, a new study reports.
The "free energy principle" states every living thing, everywhere, minimizes free energy. Researchers question whether the "free energy principle" could be used to unify biology, psychology, and neuroscience.
Museums dedicated to remembering the Holocaust and its victims can help to facilitate social mobilization and encourage social change for visitors.
People with greater self-control have calmer minds, which in itself generates fewer distractions from stimuli.
Cognitive behavioral therapy for pain that is supported by artificial intelligence renders the same results as guideline-recommended programs while requiring less clinician time, thus making the option more accessible for patients.
Researchers explore the "red flags" we commonly associate with those who become mass killers, and how possible it is to identify the signs of problematic behaviors before a person commits a crime with multiple victims.
Our worldview forms during childhood as a result of our socialization within a particular cultural context. Our views get reinforced over time by the social groups we keep, the media we consume, and even the way in which our brains are wired. Challenging our worldviews with facts can feel like an attack on our personal identities and can often result in hardening our positions. Researchers assess how we can open our minds and explore facts that may go against our personal worldviews.
The findings of an extensive meta-analysis study reveal vitamin D supplementation may help to alleviate symptoms of depression.
The biological changes that occur as a result of aging could be a mechanism behind why older adults with depression do not have a full resolution of symptoms following taking antidepressants.
A child's vaccination or needle fear can be reduced if the nurse spends additional time supporting children during the vaccination process.
Researchers found a significant link between olfaction and visual sensory processing, reporting specific smells influence the identification of facial emotions, and facial expressions influence the emotional response to smell.