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Virtual Reality Therapy Could Be Used To Treat Depression
The new therapy could one day help improve symptoms by teaching self-compassion.
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For Staving Off Depression, Talking Face To Face Trumps Email And Phone
A new study shows social interactions can help ward off depression -- but only when they're in person.
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Depression Might Literally Color The Way We See The World (UPDATE)
It's possible that feeling sad can make the world appear more gray.
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This Simple Technique Can Instantly Reverse Negative Thoughts
Therapists use this powerful strategy to challenge self-destructive beliefs.
Scientists Reverse Depression In Mice By Reactivating Happy Memories
Now, neuroscientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology's Tonegawa Lab have taken another major step forward in
Study Finds Looking At Angry Faces May Reveal Risk For Depression
Well, it's likely that this attention bias indicates a heightened sensitivity to criticism and conflict, which is often a
How Depression Warps Your Sense Of Time
People with depression actually perceive time as going by more slowly than people who are not depressed, according to a review
Why This Psychologist Thinks The Science Behind Anti-Depressants May Be Completely 'Backwards'
New Study Finds Marijuana To Be Effective Against Depression
However, it's important to note that the relationship between marijuana and depression is complex. Some research has suggested
Serotonin Map Of The Brain Could Help Scientists Create Better Antidepressants
To better understand the workings of serotonin, scientists at Johns Hopkins Brain Science Institute are seeking to create
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Scientists Are Using Twitter Data To Track Depression
The researchers hope the data, the reach of which could be difficult to obtain using other methods, will be useful for treatment
Mice Study Finds Air Pollution Linked To Depression, Memory Issues
By Rick Nauert Ph.D. Laboratory research suggests long-term exposure to air pollution can lead to learning and memory problems
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