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On the Psychotherapeutics of Poetry: two questions on some remarks by Sean Haldane

In an interview that resurfaced from the collective unconscious of the internet’s servers, Sean Haldane, poet and clinical neuropsychologist, makes two remarks that raise some questions for me. 248 more words

The Brouillon

Thanks, Prof.

I was speaking with my advisor earlier concerning our long conversation on Friday about my future career goals, how to go about it, etc., and he recommended I read the book… 266 more words

Graduate School

A positive attitude to ageing

The September International Psychogeriatrics Article of the Month is entitled ‘Life course influences of physical and cognitive function and personality on attitudes to aging in the Lothian Birth Cohort 1936’ by Susan D.

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Mental Health

How to avoid post-concussion syndrome: sometimes rest means rest!

WESTBOROUGH, MA September 9, 2014 As athletes begin playing fall football, soccer, field hockey, fall baseball, and even cross-country they may experience concussion. Concussion is defined as a traumatic brain injury that results from a force being applied to the skull.   790 more words

Concussion Management

GAPS

For those of you who struggle with some diseases or have loved ones who suffer, I strongly recommend learning about GAPS. The book, “Gut and Psychology Syndrome: Natural Treatment for Autism, Dyspraxia, A.D.D., Dyslexia, A.D.H.D., Depression, Schizophrenia” by Dr. 399 more words

Kathleen Berry-Hebert

Toxic Exposure: The Impact of Racial Inequality on the Brain

This is part of our ongoing series of blog posts about race, racism and law enforcement in communities of color.

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Discrimination

Good days and bad days in dementia

The August International Psychogeriatrics Article of the Month is entitled ‘Good days and bad days in dementia: a qualitative chart review of variable symptom expression’ by Kenneth Rockwood, Sherri Fay, Laura Hamilton, Elyse Ross and Paige Moorhouse.

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Mental Health