Brain and heart on a balance scale

Emotional Intelligence: A New Relevant Kind Of IQ

The concept of intelligence has developed a mystique in recent times because of our obsession with the link between formal education and social status. Many people link IQ with human value in an almost obsessional way. Actually, the IQ test is a survey of human activities and assesses a range of skills in almost the same way attitude scales measure …

Memory Reconsolidation for Post-Traumatic Stress Disorders and Other Memory Disorders

Rehabilitation from anxiety disorders caused by real trauma that have damaged mental stability may be a long-term process. An estimated 24.4 million people in the United States, in all age groups from young children to seniors, suffer from the disorder we now call post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). Seventy percent of adults in the United States have suffered from some type …

(Podcast) Dr. Kevin Kip on The CoreBrain Journal: Accelerated Resolution Therapy – ART – PTSD Recovery Outlined

ART: Accelerated Resolution Therapy & PTSD Kevin E. Kip, Ph.D. is a tenured Distinguished Health Professor, epidemiologist, and biostatistician with 18 years of experience on U.S. Federal, Department of Defense, and industry-funded studies. His background is interdisciplinary with more than 170 peer-reviewed publications, and his presentation of new Accelerated Resolution Therapy treatment options is at once engaging, scientifically exciting and heartfelt. …

Psychological and Emotional Problems of the Modern Era

Modernity has gifted us with all sorts of amazing inventions, from sliced bread to self-driving cars, and the wonders of the internet and indoor plumbing. Unfortunately, the particular combination of all these modern wonders has also resulted in some fairly frightening trends in psychological and emotional problems. The most common psychological and emotional problems facing the world today are ones …