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Neuropsychology’s Big Wait

By: Georgia Westgarth, Ben Hansen, Kirsty Imms, Steph Marks, Monty Carrington

The waiting lists to see a Clinical Neuropsychologist in Australia are so long that some patients are dying before they can even be assessed for treatment. 636 more words

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A rather random post about Michael Jackson

So, what does the late King of Pop have to do with psychology and/or my blog.  OK, it’s kind of a long story but I will keep it to the basics.   914 more words


March 2000
by Steven Novella, MD

When first introduced in 1796, phrenology was the latest advancement in the field of neurology. It was widely accepted, even welcomed, by many practicing neurologists as a powerful diagnostic tool. 232 more words


Health Food for Foodies, Part 2 of 4:

Many of their principles rely on the Mediterranean diet.  The Mediterranean diet emphasizes fruits and vegetables, legumes, whole grains, healthy fats, specific fish and a minimal quantity of good-quality meat and cultured dairy.  266 more words

Kathleen Berry-Hebert

Memories in the Making; Neuroscientists Observe Memory Formation

For the first time in history, neuroscientists are observing memory formation and transmission around the brain of a mammal. Developing on advances in the field of… 531 more words


Are Pessimistic Brains Different?

The ability to stay positive when times get tough – and, conversely, of being negative – may be hardwired in the brain, finds new research led by a Michigan State University psychologist. 340 more words

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