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One experiment involved male participants having their testicles squeezed by a strange man. We'll tell you what they learned from the experiment, and you decide whether it was worth it...This comes to mind when looking at an experiment conducted in
Research suggests that susceptibility to the disorder may be genetic, and those with other mental illnesses are at increased risk, according to the NIH...It also can lead to other mental illnesses like depression, anxiety and substance abuse...
You wouldn't think it possible, but in one test that was conducted in the metros, Chennai showed the highest average stress levels...The Delhi/NCR region performed the best and notched up lower average stress scores than those of any other metro.
Why do some U.S. combat veterans get debilitating emotional scars and others simply don't? How come people with even mild blast injuries complain about chronic headaches and back pain?...It's the first research to determine that brain trauma
Professor, School of Psychology at Cardiff University Senior Lecturer in Risk and Terror at King's College London Professor of Political Psychology at Liverpool Hope University Those who experience a terrorist attack firsthand are prone to suffer
Knowing what makes an individual resilient might then be used to inform the development of treatments for those who do develop the disorder.'' Dr Milton says it has been fascinating working with UC psychology experts such as Professor Simon Kemp and
The study confirms previous research by Imperial College London , that psilocybin, a naturally occurring compound present in "shrooms", stimulates new brain cell growth and erases frightening memories. Mice conditioned to fear electric shock when
The trauma experienced is usually one that has threatened a person's safety...It's normal to feel traumatized by significant life events such as surviving a severe car accident. It becomes pathological when the feelings of trauma, anxiety , panic ,
Last year, 63% of money managers said they preferred active to passive portfolio management. In 2005, just 24% believed this. The authors say there's probably a link to the shellshock: It is possible that the large- scale move away from buy-and-
An embalmer who was forced to counsel the grieving father of a suicide victim has been denied ACC cover because it was not the only harrowing incident of her career. The woman, who cannot be named, was diagnosed with post-traumatic stress disorder in