Study Indicates How rTMS Treatments Alter Neural Connectivity Brain-Wide in Treatment-Resistant Depressed Patients, a Clue to Predict Who Will Benefit
Over the last decade, rTMS (repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation), a form of non-invasive brain stimulation, has become a first-line treatment option for depressed patients, including those… Read More
Resilience to Adversity Can Be Learned Through Adaptation and Positive Attitude, Research Has Demonstrated
Recent scientific and technological advances are bringing us closer to understanding biological aspects of the brain and body that underlie resilience—the ability of people under acute or chronic… Read More
By flipping a genetic switch, researchers were able to eliminate some autism-like behaviors in adult mice, suggesting that the adult brain might still have some degree of plasticity and that some… Read More
Muscle Relaxant May Help in Treating Some Aspects of Alcohol Dependence in Anxious People
Researchers have found new clues as to how brain plasticity can overcome a genetic predisposition to bipolar disorder. Reporting their findings online January 5 in Translational Psychiatry, a… Read More