Seeking the Causes of Schizophrenia and Bipolar Disorder with Epigenesis

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Description: What causes schizophrenia? If you said something like “a chemical imbalance in the brain” you are not alone and that fits with what else you likely know which is that there are a wide array of drugs available that are used as parts of efforts to address that “imbalance.” However, you know those drugs… Read more »

Depression, Bipolar Disorder and “Fuzzy” Thinking

Posted by & filed under Abnormal Psychology, Aging Psychological Disorders, Consciousness, Depression, Health and Prevention In Aging, Higher-Order Cognitive Functions in Aging, Physical Changes In Aging, Psychophysical Disorders Health Psychology, Uncategorized.

Description: Feeling like your thinking is less sharp or even describable as “fuzzy’ is a fairly common subjective report offered by people struggling with depression or bipolar disorder. However, there has been debate as to whether such feeling are reflections of actual changes in brain function or related, instead to changes in mood or motivation… Read more »