Our pick of the best psychology and neuroscience links from the past week:Uta and Chris Frith: A Partnership of the MindMo Costandi profiles the cognitive neuroscience pioneers.Using Pseudoscience to Shine Light on Good ScienceA video of Scott Lilienfeld's APS-David Myers lecture at this year's meeting of the Association for Psychological Science.Against EmpathyPaul Bloom starts a debate at the Boston Review. "I’ve come to realize that taking a position against empathy is like announcing that you hate kittens," he says.The WaitingPhilosopher-medic Ray Tallis reflects on the psychology of waiting in this programme from BBC Radio 4.A Neuroscientist’s Study of How Technology is Affecting Our Brains and Everyday LivesCordelia Fine reviews a new book on "Mind Change" by Susan Greenfield.If Cops Understood Crowd Psychology, They'd Tone Down The Riot GearEric Jaffe argues the police in Ferguson might do well to consider the social psychology of crowd behaviour.I Talked to Strangers for a Week, and It Did Not Go WellWe recently reported on a study that found people were happier when they talked to strangers. Here's what happened when Melissa Dahl at New York magazine put the findings into practice.Everything We Know is WrongBBC Radio 4 programme in which Jolyon Jenkins investigates the failure of many scientific findings to replicate.Brand New Brain Myths to Keep Neurobloggers in WorkDean Burnett spreads some amusing new neurononsense.How Movies M...
Conclusions: Results of the present study support the interpersonal theory of suicide, which suggests that self-reported thwarted belongingness can foster WD. Clinical implications: Clinicians should consider social dissatisfaction and withdrawal as risk factors for WD and design interventions that foster social skills or meaningful connections. PMID: 31615349 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: we found an association between SIBO and allergic disease, especially allergic rhinitis, cow's milk protein allergy and asthma. Thus, SIBO should be ruled out in pediatric patients with CAP and allergic disease. PMID: 31617366 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSIONS: this meta-analysis supported the association of AF with increased risk of GERD. PMID: 31617365 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
CONCLUSION: these data support the hypothesis that the hepatitis C virus may worsen quality of life in asymptomatic patients. PMID: 31617364 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
We report a case of a 67-year-old female presented with hematemesis eventually diagnosed with duodenal mucormycosis, while radiology characteristics suggested malignancy. PMID: 31617363 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Authors: Taki S, Maekita T, Sakata M, Fukatsu K, Maeda Y, Iguchi M, Ito H, Kitano M Abstract Continuous duodenal levodopa/carbidopa intestinal gel delivery by a gastrostomy infusion system improves control of Parkinson's disease. The overall complication rates of percutaneous endoscopic gastrojejunostomy were reported to be 41% and 59% for immediate and delayed adverse events, respectively. A 72-year-old woman underwent percutaneous endoscopic gastrojejunostomy using the delivery system noted above. Abdominal pain and vomiting occurred 3 months later. Esophagogastroduodenoscopy showed a longitudinal ulcer extending...
Conclusions: Our study is the first to report that endoscopic therapy of PFCs using LAMS is safe and effective even in a community hospital setting with limited resources and support compared to large academic centers. PMID: 31615198 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
Authors: Krill TS, Chatila A, Marcondes F, Samuel R, Guturu P, Parupudi S Abstract PMID: 31617699 [PubMed - in process]
Authors: Adu-Tei S, Penny HA, El-Fekhi M, Ruse C, Sanders DS Abstract PMID: 31617698 [PubMed - in process]
Authors: Ramai D, Shahnazarian V, Etienne D, Ayide G, Reddy M Abstract PMID: 31617697 [PubMed - in process]