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Neuroimaging maps brain changes in self-harming teenage girls.

Self-harm is when somebody intentionally damages or injures their body as a way of coping with very difficult feelings, painful memories or overwhelming situations.  Self-inflicted injury in adolescence is a … Continue Reading Neuroimaging maps brain changes in self-harming teenage girls.

Neuroimaging distinguishes between bipolar disorder and depression in human study.

Mental illness, particularly bipolar disorder and depression, can be difficult to diagnose as many conditions have similar symptoms.  These two illnesses are virtually identical except individuals with bipolar disorder also … Continue Reading Neuroimaging distinguishes between bipolar disorder and depression in human study.

Artificial intelligence uses EEG data to reconstruct images based on what participants perceive.

Uncovering the dynamics of facial identity processing in the brain along with its representational basis and interpretation outlines an obvious application for those unable to communicate without the use of … Continue Reading Artificial intelligence uses EEG data to reconstruct images based on what participants perceive.

Noninvasive eye scan can detect key signs of Alzheimer’s Disease in humans.

Alzheimer’s disease (AD) is a fatal neurodegenerative disorder as well as the leading cause of senile dementia worldwide, with no effective treatment and limited functionality for early diagnosis.  Now, a … Continue Reading Noninvasive eye scan can detect key signs of Alzheimer’s Disease in humans.

Neuroimaging connects stress-associated brain activity to cardiovascular disease in humans.

Stress is the feeling of being under acute mental or emotional pressure, where a person may feel unable to cope, leading to a wide variety of health problems.  When stress … Continue Reading Neuroimaging connects stress-associated brain activity to cardiovascular disease in humans.

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