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Study finds experience of childhood emotional neglect can have generational impact

The findings suggest that childhood emotional neglect has intergenerational effects on brain structure and function. The significance of the stronger connection remains unclear

Published on 20th January 2021
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Childhood neglect leaves generational imprint: Study

The study indicates that the infant children of mothers who had experienced childhood emotional neglect displayed altered brain circuitry involved in fear responses and anxiety

Published on 19th January 2021
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Teens with anxiety, depression may benefit from peer support leaders, confidants at school

"Peers may provide valuable support for fellow teens struggling with emotional issues because they can relate to each other," says Mott Poll Co-Director Sarah Clark, MPH

Published on 18th January 2021
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Should you emote out? Here's when it is the correct time to show your emotions in public

Is it okay to show your emotions in public? This week The Coach tells us when displaying emotions is correct and when it is not at all

Published on 16th January 2021
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Counselling sessions for farmers at Singhu Border to prevent burnout, suicide bids

However, to ease their psychological burden, US-based NGO, United Sikhs, has started carrying out counselling sessions for farmers

Published on 9th January 2021
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Anjali Mehta's sketches take on perceptions about gender in India — and illustrate a whole other story

Even though her focus is on women's issues, her sketches also talk about self-love, same-sex couples and modern technology, mostly criticising it

Published on 4th January 2021
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Researchers discover music-induced emotions can be predicted from brain scans

The results suggest that the emotions evoked by films and music are partially based on the operation of different mechanisms in the brain

Published on 3rd January 2021
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Improvement in healthcare amid COVID helped children's well-being, finds World Vision India report

Kumar added that there has been an improvement in the well being of children which had initially taken a dip when COVID-19 hit India, mostly due to the massive loss of livelihood during the lockdown

Published on 31st December 2020
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How 24-year-old theatre artist and scriptwriter Lavanya Krishna found her calling on stage 

Lavanya Krishna, who has donned several hats at a young age speaks about her journey into theatre and how she used acting skills to create mental health awareness among people 

Published on 27th December 2020
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Face masks don't help hide emotions, facial expressions from children, reveals new study

The researchers showed more than 80 children, ages 7 to 13, photos of faces displaying sadness, anger, or fear that were unobstructed, covered by a surgical mask, or wearing sunglasses

Published on 25th December 2020
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Screen time, emotional health among parents' top concerns for children during COVID-19 pandemic

Systemic racism has also been a national focus, as massive demonstrations protesting racial injustice swept the country over recent months

Published on 21st December 2020
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The Trainer Brainer: Why you must cross-check your online certifications before putting them in your CV

Real certifications will make you feel empowered and enriched about the courses that you have taken up, rather than having a cosmetic certificate whose credibility you are not able to explain 

Published on 20th December 2020
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e-Canteen Fundas: Why confirmation bias should be avoided at all times to seek out the real truth 

Pro Tip: Watch for confirmation bias while making decisions. Explore all possibilities that can trip you up and decide

Published on 20th December 2020
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Seeing others having fun on social media can make you worse at your job: Study 

In an experiment conducted on 56 auditors from four international accounting firms, study participants were asked to assess the suitability of myriad materials to serve as evidence in an audit

Published on 13th December 2020
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Most popular rap songs in United States mix in metaphors about mental health struggles

Researchers at Carolina say the increase in mental health messages from rap artists could shape the conversation around mental health for their young listeners

Published on 8th December 2020

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