From The New York Times…
An interesting finding: According to a recent Huffington Post article, “Depression Literally Colors the Way We See the World,” feeling states affect our capacity to perceive color tones. This article was based upon a scientific study that was published recently in the journal Psychological Science entitled “Sadness Impairs Color Perception.” As supportive anecdotal evidence, an […]
In an intriguing June 23, 2015 New York Times article with the provocative title, “Can the Bacteria In Your Gut Explain Your Mood,” the science journalist Peter Andrey Smith explores the hypothesis that among the myriad of microbes in our intestines, some manufacture neurochemicals that may well affect the neurochemistry in our brains just as […]
Thomas Insel, MD, the Director of the National Institute of Mental Health, has written in his a blog a very interesting article about new research into the nature of Infantile Amnesia – the fact that adults cannot accurately retrieve memories of events and experiences (i.e., autobiographical memory) that occurred before age 4 years. As this […]
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