Feb 26, 2015
Update: What do schizophrenia, anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder, addiction, and obsessive-compulsive disorder, have in common?
Time for SharpBrains’ February e-newsletter, featuring a wealth of neuroscience and neurotechnology news and brain health insights.
- Question: What do people with schizophrenia, bipolar disorder, depression, addiction, obsessive-compulsive disorder, and anxiety have in common? Answer: A brain with similar gray-matter loss
- Long-term meditation can help slow down aging-related brain volume decline
- Fewer than 19% of ADHD treatment plans monitor treatment response according to guidelines
- The real brain drain: How unemployment depletes cognitive and emotional resources
- Research series: How, when and why does targeted cognitive training work to promote behavioral and emotional health?
- Why retirement planning should include mental fitness
- 5 Reasons Why Parents of Children with ADHD Need to Become Proactive, Well-Informed Advocates
- Open question: Can coffee & Ritalin’s mental effects be delivered, safely, over a smartphone?
- Poll: 93% believe mental health system needs to change
- Taking health (and brain health) care “beyond the pill”
- Non-invasive neurotechnology reaches senior housing via ASHA-NeuroVigil innovative partnership
- Harnessing fMRI neurofeedback to enhance attention and cognitive potential
- Combining EEG with augmented reality to reinvent brain-computer interactions
- Software-based assessments of memory & cognition to detect concussions after head trauma
- Wider use of mental health screenings in school-based settings
Have a great month of March!