Category Archives: JBBS

Journal of Behavioral and Brain Science

Does Exposure to Noise Lead to Decreased Regulatory Abilities, and Increased Aggression?

Author(s): Farzaneh Pahlavan, Melana Arouss ABSTRACT Recent advances in the study of affective-cognitive regulation of aggressive behavior suggest positive correlations between poor executive capacities (ECF) and negative reactivity. If the global assumption is correct what are the likely implications of … Continue reading

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Brain Signaling in Psychiatric Disorders: What Can They Tell Us in the Absence of Behavioral Differences?

Author(s):Jodi M. Gilman , James M. Bjork, Timothy E. Wilens ABSTRACT This is a commentary on the often-observed phenomenon of observing task-based brain signaling differences between clinical populations and healthy control participants in the absence of any behavioral decrements in … Continue reading

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Green Tea Consumption Reduces Oxidative Stress in Parkinson’s Disease Patients

Author(s): D. Chen, Y. Zhou, K. E. Lyons, R. Pahwa, M. B. Reddy ABSTRACT Oxidative stress is one of the underlying causes of Parkinson’s disease (PD). Because of its antioxidant effect, we hypothesize that green tea consumption (3 cups daily … Continue reading

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Sleep and Suicide: Implication of Serotonin as well as Oxytocin

Depression has been well known as a risk for suicide attempt, and depression also has been known to produce insomnia. In this context, the relation between sleep and suicide has long been discussed via depression. However, poor sleep quality has … Continue reading

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