Extensive research over the past 40 years shows that sleep deprivation is a quick, inexpensive and effective treatment for depression. So why isn’t this more well known? Because keeping someone awake to induce euphoria only has short-term benefits, and isn’t as convenient as taking a pill, points out professor Terry Sejnowski. Nonethless, the fact that depression can be treated this way suggests that there is something in the sleeping brain that brings on depression.
Biology plays an important role in emotional reactions, but neuroscientist Kristen A. Lindquist posits that our culture is just as influential.
Ancient organic chemistry.
“Only a narcissist would want to become president.” This is the psychology of an authoritarian unpacked.
Combining years of neurological research and mindfulness techniques, Dr. Heather Berlin helps us better understand how the body’s most complex organ can easily be misled into negative thinking - and how we can stop that from happening.
Tuesday’s court ruling, which found that the Federal Communications Commission does not have jurisdiction over how internet providers regulate their service, has sent the FCC’s national broadband plan back to […]