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A Freudian Trip

I felt an indescribable yet irresistible urge to write a paper on this topic just now. And also to spread water colors on my junk. Anyway. 1,062 more words


New Biofeedback protocol: Expanded Service for Brain Injury and Trauma

WESTBOROUGH, MA December 1, 2015  The Neuropsychology Service at WRH has added both physiologic and EEG biofeedback to the service for those afflicted with concussion, TBI, and trauma. 159 more words

Concussion Management

The Diagnosis

Nearly 2 years since my life changed, I finally got a diagnosis: brain fatigue, (in Swedish hjärntrötthet). People get this condition from stroke, concussion, long term stress, lack of oxygen in the brain, amongst others. 443 more words

Health Benefits of Reading Books

Reading improves Memory

It has been found that reading improves memory and is a far better activity than any other leisure time activity like watching television or listening to the radio. 367 more words


I wish I felt worse about this impending loss... but I don't

So, my neuropsych is retiring in the spring. I’m probably in a state of denial,right now,with the inevitable progression from that state of mind to anger, bargaining, sadness, and acceptance. 517 more words

Personal Experiences With TBI

The Brain Electric: The Dramatic High-Tech Race to Merge Minds and Machines

The Brain Electric: The Dramatic High-Tech Race to Merge Minds and Machines by Malcolm Gay

Synopsis: Leading neuroscience researchers are racing to unlock the secrets of the mind. 246 more words


Sleepy Left Brain

Friday was my neuropsychological appointment. It lasted just over an hour. I did a series of standardized tests with the graduate assistant while the Dr. looked over my MRI and records. 496 more words