Researchers discovered that anxious individuals utilize a less optimal region of the forebrain when navigating socially challenging situations compared to their non-anxious counterparts. This was determined through brain scans that mapped regions active during simulated social scenarios.
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Click here for the article published by Psychology Today. How is fear stored in the brain? And why may psychedelic therapies be able to help? Continue reading … Disclaimer: The content of this article has not been checked or verified. Proceed at your own risk.
Click here for the article published by Frontiers in Psychiatry. … During the terminal phase, the cognitive developmental age of JNCL patients is below 2 years. At this stage of mental development individuals act primarily from a concrete world of consciousness and do not have the cognitive ability to encounter a normal anxiety response. Instead, …