Tag Archives: cognition

What Are the Factors That Can Affect Autobiographical Memory?

Autobiographical memory is a form of long-term memory that consists of remembering episodes of our lives. READ THE ARTICLE http://bit.do/fLgfU ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dr Laura Jenkins is a Teaching Associate in the School of Sport, Exercise and Health Sciences at Loughborough University. Source: Youtube

Stress Related Disorders

This video is part of the last section in the edX course from “Brain to Symptom – introduction to neuroscientific psychiatry” by psychiatrist and course director Christoffer Rahm, and Karolina Sörman, Head of unit Continuing Education Center for Psychiatry Research, researcher in clinical neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet and assistant course director. Our innate stress response… Read More »

Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (Virtual Patient)

This video is part of the last section in the edX course from “Brain to Symptom – introduction to neuroscientific psychiatry” by psychiatrist and course director Christoffer Rahm, and Karolina Sörman, Head of unit Continuing Education Center for Psychiatry Research, researcher in clinical neuroscience at Karolinska Institutet and assistant course director. In this video you… Read More »

What Brain Damage Can Do

What Happens After Traumatic Brain Injury ? From homelessness to success is the story of one Traumatic Brain Injury survivor.#whatbraindamagecando#traumaticbraininjury#survivor#recovery If you want to know more about how I navigated Traumatic Brain Injury please visit Whatbraindamagecando.com and check out the about page. There I will tell you more about the circumstances that led to my… Read More »