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Show my your amygdala size and I... by Thomas Z. Ramsøy Doctor of Philosophy Show my your amygdala size and I’ll tell you who you are! In a study by Omura, Constable & Canli in the November 2005 issue of NeuroReport (see abstract + links below), the sizes of the right and left amygdalae were compa
Fear and pleasure in the amygdala by Thomas Z. Ramsøy Doctor of Philosophy Here is a heads up for a recent study demonstrating – again – that the amygdala is not merely a “fear centre” in the brain. I have previously blogged about the amygdala, first not being a single structure, and that it is
The latest and greatest from the ... by Medical Quack Patient ExpertHealth Maven The latest and greatest from the world of science...lot of speculation......BD  The amygdala, the brain's emotional center, and the hippocampus, which deals with memory, light up too. This helps explain a medical mystery:
Anxiety and the Amygdala by Douglas E. Patient ExpertFacebook The Amygdala Resource Center explains, “The Amygdala (amygdalae; plural) are a pair of small organs within the medial temporal lobes of the brain. The amygdala are part of the limbic system and their primary role is in t
Amygdala, autism and clinical impairment: When group comparisons are not enough. by Nestor L. Doctor of Philosophy Two metabolites in the amygdala are associated with clinical impairment in autism. A review of: Natalia M. Kleinhans, Todd Richards, Kurt E. Weaver, Olivia Liang, Geraldine Dawson, Elizabeth Aylward (2009). Brief Report: Bi
Overeating and the Amygdala by Dr. Deb Patient Expert Okay, now, don't go using this an an all-out excuse to have a hot fudge sundae for breakfast tomorrow morning.... but research keeps pointing to neurobiology as a major cause for the urge to overeat. According to Dr. D
The Amygdala - the cause of all your anxiety. by David M. Patient Expert Posted:  the linden method The Amygdala, (or Amygdalae, a pair of small organs in the brain), store and perpetuates the anxiety response and anxiety disorders. By reprogramming the Amygdala, The Linden Method permanently
Anxiety and the Amygdala – anxiety relief programs by Douglas E. Patient ExpertFacebook [Video from Anxiety Relief Solutions ] What the amygdala does The Amygdala and Anxiety A research news article reports, “The amygdala is known to be involved in social anxiety, posttraumatic stress, and obsessi
Shyness, the amygdala and anxiety by Douglas E. Patient ExpertFacebook Being shy may not be uncommon for children, but when it endures for us as teens and adults, shyness impedes the kinds of social connections that can enhance our talents and creative expression. Research is helping expl
Achievement, Anxiety, Amygdala by Douglas E. Patient ExpertFacebook After he saw his parents go from winning a state lottery to being bankrupt and on the verge of divorce, Dean Whittingham researched what led them from “utter bliss to despair and depression” – and strategies to help other

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