Brain Blogging Fourty-Sixth Edition

Brain Blogging

The next edition of Brain Blogging is up, everything about the brains with a day to day touch.

Welcome to the forty-sixth edition of Brain Blogging. In this round, we discuss the difference between thoughts and intuitions, the power of exercise on memory and neurogenesis, and a proposal for a new psychiatric diagnosis: Post-Traumatic Embitterment Disorder (PTED).

I enjoyed the psychology of haircuts

The psychology of haircuts is probably not something that could ever lead to applicable or practical use in the real world, but this doesn’t change the knowledge that could be drawn from such an investigation.

And about this new disease: Post-Traumatic Embitterment Disorder: The Newest Mental Illness?

Those with PTED were hard-working and mentally healthy people until a triggering event destroyed their core values and shattered their basic beliefs.