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Sleep benefits subsequent hippocampal functioning
- Biology, PsychologyNature Neuroscience
It is found that even a mild sleep disruption that suppressed slow-wave activity and induced shallow sleep, but did not reduce total sleep time, was sufficient to affect subsequent successful encoding-related hippocampal activation and memory performance in healthy human subjects.
Mispredicting Affective and Behavioral Responses to Racism
Although people predicted that they would be very upset by a racist act, when people actually experienced this event they showed relatively little emotional distress, suggesting that racism may persevere in part because people who anticipate feeling upset and believe that they will take action may actually respond with indifference when faced with an act of racism.
Fetal testosterone and autistic traits.
- PsychologyBritish journal of psychology
Studies of amniotic testosterone in humans suggest that fetal testosterone (fT) is related to specific (but not all) sexually dimorphic aspects of cognition and behaviour. It has also been suggested…
Can Playing the Computer Game “Tetris” Reduce the Build-Up of Flashbacks for Trauma? A Proposal from Cognitive Science
- PsychologyPloS one
Playing “Tetris” half an hour after viewing trauma would reduce flashback frequency over 1-week, and this has implications for a novel avenue of preventative treatment development, much-needed as a crisis intervention for the aftermath of traumatic events.
The findings from this study led to discussion in the media about the prospects of a fetal test for autism. For example, co-author Simon Baron-Cohen wrote this piece for BBC News online: htp://news
- The findings from this study led to discussion in the media about the prospects of a fetal test for autism. For example, co-author Simon Baron-Cohen wrote this piece for BBC News online: htp://news
Author weblink: http://www.autismresearchcentre.com/arc/staff_member.asp?id=59
- Author weblink: http://www.autismresearchcentre.com/arc/staff_member.asp?id=59