Psychology & Psychiatry

Behavior called 'joint attention' studied in infants and mothers

Scientists have shed new light on a human behavior called joint attention—the ability for two or more people to share attention about something. For instance, a child and mother may both see a beautiful butterfly, then ...

Psychology & Psychiatry

New model helps map the individual variations of mental illness

The diagnosis of mental illnesses such as major depression, schizophrenia, or anxiety disorder is typically based on coarse groupings of symptoms. These symptoms, however, vary widely among individuals as do the brain circuits ...

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