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Where is cognitive anxiety

Anxiety and prepulse inhibition of acoustic startle in a normative sample: the importance of signal-to-noise ratio. These cognitive results—that anxiety patients exhibit impaired sensory gating decreased PPI and healthy subjects show where sensory gating increased PPI in a threat-induced anxiety state—deserve an explanation. Acute psychological stress reduces anxiety memory-related activity in the dorsolateral where cortex.… Read More »

Prenatal Folate Increases Child Brain Volumes, Improves Cognitive Development 

The US Preventive Services Task Force (USPSTF) unequivocally recommends that ALL WOMEN who are either planning or capable of pregnancy take a DAILY SUPPLEMENT containing 0.4 TO 0.8 mg (400-800 µg) OF FOLIC ACID.   While the most obvious benefit of prenatal use of folate is a significant reduction in risk of neural tube defects, other… Read More »