Brain’s response to angry or fearful faces may reveal vulnerability to stress

Scientists have a new strategy to predict whether individuals are at an increased risk for depression or anxiety after stressful events, and therefore might benefit from interventions aimed at safeguarding their mental health. In the journal Neuron, researchers report a correlation between how a college student’s brain responds to photos of angry or fearful faces and their ability to recover from breakups or financial emergencies months or years in the future. —> Read More Here


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