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Grief Linked To Brain Pleasure Centers

Everyone experiences grief at some point in their lives, but for a substantial number of people it’s impossible to ever move on, and even years later, any reminder of their loss brings on a fresh wave of grief and yearning. Now, scientists at the University of California – Los Angeles (UCLA) have been using brain-imaging […]

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Neuroscientists Map Violent Media’s Effects On Brain

Although past studies have shown some correlation between exposure to media violence and real-life violent behavior, there has been little direct neuroscientific support for the theory until now. Researchers using Functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) at Columbia University Medical Center have shown that watching violent programs can cause parts of your brain that suppress aggressive […]

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