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17 February 2011

Talk therapy can alter brain activity

Psychotherapy triggers changes in the brains of people with social anxiety disorder, finds a new study.

Psychotherapy triggers changes in the brains of people with social anxiety disorder, finds a new study.

These clinical group patients were compared to two control groups who tested either extremely high or low for symptoms of social anxiety but received no psychotherapy.

Study on social anxiety disorder

 
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