Maternal hyperthyroidism may contribute to an increased risk of ADHD in their offspring. Read More
Sleep deprivation impairs our ability to stop obtrusive thoughts from entering our minds. Read More
Brain regions associated with emotional processing are not functionally connected in a mature way to areas associated with auditory and visual processing in newborns. Read More
Study reveals a link between personality traits and adherence to shelter at home warnings. Researchers report those who score high on extroversion are more likely to ignore stay at home warnings, while those with other traits were more likely to stay in, regardless of the strength of government warnings. Read More
People make automatic and efficient decisions when learning to avoid others. When learning to avoid harming themselves, people make become more deliberative. The study also found people were more willing to repeat decisions that were previously harmful to themselves if they believed better results would occur in the future. Read More
Our perception of musical timing is closely linked to the quality of the sound. Read More
Study reveals a high fructose diet could contribute to bipolar disorder, ADHD, and behavioral aggression. Read More
These research articles involve depression, seasonal affective disorders, grief, pain, sadness, happiness and generally news regarding mental health research.
Study reveals a link between people with depression who are prescribed newer antipsychotic medications and higher mortality risk. Read More
Researchers link the rise in acute stress and depression rates in the U.S to multiple stressors, such as unemployment and coronavirus-related media consumption. Read More
Gamma interferons, a type of immune cell that induces and modulates several immune system responses, may also play a role in preventing depression. Read More
Research news involving schizotypal personality, anxiety, paranoia, unconventional thoughts and beliefs is covered.
PTSD research articles are listed here as well as news about stress, pain, fear, painful memories, trauma and mental health information.
Patients with PTSD not only showed an exaggerated response to threatening stimuli but also to stimuli that depicted positive images.