Impaired White Matter Connectivity a Marker for Anxiety

Impaired White Matter Connectivity a Marker for Anxiety

By good therapy on Mar 01, 2012 at 05:00 PM in Helpful Resources
A study of the right hemisphere of the brain is showing significantly poorer connectivity in white matter in individuals with generalized anxiety disorder. This deficit affects the way people perceive their surroundings and their ability to manage stress....

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