Vulnerability to Depression: From Cognitive Neuroscience to Prevention and TreatmentBy : Rick E. Ingram Click Here :
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Extrait du documentaire “GuĂ©rir autrement” qui sera diffusĂ© lors de la confĂ©rence du 30 Octobre 2008 avec David Servan Schreiber… Neuropsychiatre, auteur du best-seller “GuĂ©rir”, le Dr Servan-Schreiber est le tĂ©moin — et mĂŞme [More] doesn t happen all at once. It starts gradually and builds momentum over time. If you go through a difficult experience, you may stop taking care of yourself. You may stop exercising and eating [More] a cutting-edge examination of the mechanisms underlying depression, this volume integrates important areas of research that have largely remained separate. The authors explore both the cognitive and neurological processes that make some people more [More]
This short video presents a summary of a paper on cognitive neuroscience approaches to psychotherapy, with a focus on depression.
Alie knows all about how stressful grad school can be. But what happens when stress is more than just stress? This week, we’re talking about the neuroscience of anxiety. And for Alie, it’s personal. Sources: [More]