The findings could feasibly help scientists develop new approaches to treating severe anxiety or depression.
A new study finds that people with larger volumes in the prefrontal cortical brain regions may be more likely to have greater personality traits that can protect against emotional distress.
Women with depression and anxiety during pregnancy may be more likely to have babies with altered brain development that might be linked to behavior problems later in childhood.
Researchers identified 6 subtypes of mood and anxiety symptoms, plus a “healthy” subgroup defined by an absence of symptoms.
A new study has found that the networks of emotional and behavioral symptoms observed in adolescence could indicate later difficulties with anxiety and depression later in life.