Is Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation Appropriate For Treating Adolescents with Depression?

by Puneet Narang, MD; Katelyn Madigan, BS; Simrat Sarai, MD; and Steven Lippmann, MD Dr. Narang is with the University of Minnesota and Regions Hospital, Minneapolis–St. Paul in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Ms. Madigan is with the University of Minnesota, Minneapolis–St. Paul in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Drs. Sarai and Lippmann are with the University of Louisville School of […]
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Our weekly round-up of the best psychology coverage from elsewhere on the web It turns out we perceive much less colour information in our peripheral vision than we might think, reports Neuroskeptic at Discover Magazine. Researchers showed participants a series of images, ending with a scene in which the periphery was desaturated or converted to strange hues. On some trials as many as three-quarters of participants didn’t notice that anything was odd. What’s it like living with chronic pain, with those around you unaware that you are suffering? Jude Cook recounts his experience “performing wellness for ...
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