Manipulating the brain can drive depression away

Happiness on a prescription? Neuroscientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have succeeded in manipulating the memory of mice. They were able to reverse depression-like behavior in the mice by artificially reactivating happy memories. The research confirms other attempts—like neurofeedback—to manipulate the brain to reverse depression.

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Manipulating the brain can drive depression away

Happiness on a prescription? Neuroscientists at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have succeeded in manipulating the memory of mice. They were able to reverse depression-like behavior in the mice by artificially reactivating happy memories. The research confirms other attempts—like neurofeedback—to manipulate the brain to reverse depression.

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