Day: March 21, 2019

African Americans who suffer from major depressive disorder are more likely to be misdiagnosed as suffering from schizophrenia than people from other ethnic or racial groups. Findings suggest doctors may be putting more emphasis on psychotic symptoms, rather than depressive symptoms when assessing African American patients. Go to Source Author: http://http://neurosciencenews.com/ Post date: 2019-03-21 21:05:15 […]Continue reading

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Sports participation is associated with increased hippocampal volume in children. For boys, the change of hippocampal volume was linked to a reduction of depressive symptoms. Findings suggest participating in sporting activities could help to reduce depression in adolescent males. Go to Source Author: http://http://neurosciencenews.com/ Post date: 2019-03-21 21:05:09 Category: boys Tag: associated Post ID: 6237

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A mathematical algorithm developed by the Blue Brain Project can objectively classify different shapes of neurons in the brain. The algorithm has already helped researchers objectively identify 17 types of pyramidal neurons in the somatosensory cortex of a rat. Go to Source Author: http://http://neurosciencenews.com/ Post date: 2019-03-21 21:05:07 Category: Blue Tag: algorithm Post ID: 6236

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Delusional thinking is associated with slower alterations in personal belief, a new study reports. People who suffer more delusions also tend to seek out more information prior to making a guess, contradiction previous findings that those with psychosis are more prone to ‘jump to conclusions’. Go to Source Author: http://http://neurosciencenews.com/ Post date: 2019-03-21 21:05:04 Category: […]Continue reading

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“Kindness is contagious.” “You get more than you give.” These age-old sayings are particularly appropriate today, given that more than 60 million Americans take time to volunteer at least once a year. Like most activities in which one has a personal interest, volunteering has historically taken place outside of work hours. However, that paradigm is […]Continue reading

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A great resume can further your career. The stronger it is, the more interviews you’ll land. An excellent resume can even get you headhunted! However, no matter how good your resume is, it can’t do all of the heavy lifting in the job search process. While it can make a fantastic first impression and provide employers with […]Continue reading

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Believe it or not, small businesses accounted for two-thirds of all net new jobs in the US last year, according to data from the Small Business Administration. Working at a small business can provide numerous benefits, from the chance to … Go to Source Author: https://www.recruiter.com Date/time: 03/21/2019, 18:01 Post date: 2019-03-21 18:01:17 Category: accounted Tag: […]Continue reading

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Ninety-five per cent of employers have not analysed their ethnicity pay gap, with many lacking the data that will enable… The post Employers lack data needed to analyse ethnicity pay gap appeared first on Personnel Today. Go to Source Author: https://www.recruiter.com Date/time: 03/21/2019, 15:01 Post date: 2019-03-21 15:01:40 Category: cent Tag: analysed Post ID: 6220

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Retinal ganglion cell survival following a stroke depends on whether the pathway to the primary visual area remains active. Cells connected to inactive areas of the visual cortex suffer atrophy and degenerate, leading to permanent visual impairment. Go to Source Author: http://http://neurosciencenews.com/ Post date: 2019-03-21 00:01:42 Category: depends Tag: cell Post ID: 5387

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