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Neuro-Behcets Disease : A rare look into the cognitive effects

Auto-immune diseases affecting cognition are not rare in neuropsychology however, Neuro-Behcets certainly is! So when it arrived on my doorstep I had to share. What Is Neuro-Behcets (pronounced “Beh- shet”)? 530 more words

Clinical Psychology

47. Brain Rambles

I finally actively pursued more answers as to what has been going on with me since the car accident this past fall, and i’m glad that i did. 220 more words


The Cure

For someone who has always done something, doing nothing is hard. As I sit here, being somewhat lazy, when in fact it is not laziness but dysfunctional, or rather, broken. 633 more words

Antibiotic Resistance: Have we had it wrong the whole time?

An antibiotic resistant bacteria called CRE is on the loose.  According to LA Times, two people have died from it and another 170 have been exposed. 281 more words

Kathleen Berry-Hebert

The Brain's Way of Healing: Remarkable discoveries and recoveries from the frontiers of neuroplasticity

By Norman Doidge

Synopsis: This book is about the discovery that the human brain has its own unique way of healing.  For centuries we believed that the price we paid for our brain’s complexity was that, compared to other organs, it was fixed and unregenerative – unable to recover from damage or illness.  241 more words


33. Humiliation, and Loss.

I spent the morning looking for my car, which was in a lot in front of my dorm all along. All of this goes to show that i really need to see a neurologist as i never had these memory problems before my car accident this fall, but i’m too scared to go after my experience this fall. 502 more words


The Benefits of Physical Exercise & Cognitive Training on the Executive Function of Older Adults

As the name implies, executive function is important.  It involves the prefrontal cortex, which has a high level of neural plasticity (Miller, E.K., & Cohen, D.J. 389 more words

Human Memory: Theory And Data