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Depressive thoughts reduce short-term memory, study finds

People with present depressive thoughts may experience a 12 percent reduction in memory function compared to individuals who are not depressed, suggests a study from the Center for BrainHealth.

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C-Suite Perspectives on Real Estate: Calvin Carter and Ross Perot Jr.

Ross Perot Jr. highlights how the Center for BrainHealth has made a lasting impact on company culture at The Perot Cos.

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Local veteran has role in ‘American Sniper’ movie

Brain Performance Institute Warrior Relations Specialist Jake Schick, a U.S. Marine who was wounded in the Iraq war, is a part of Clint Eastwood's latest blockbuster movie set for a Christmas Day release.

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Study Quantifies the Effect of Depressive Thoughts on Memory

Study lead author Nicholas Hubbard and principal investigator Dr. Bart Rypma publish the first study to quantify the effects of depressive thoughts on memory.

An Investigation of Reasoning in Autism and Schizophrenia

A study from Dan Krawczyk, Ph.D., the Debbie and Jim Francis Chair in BrainHealth, reveals differences in reasoning ability in individuals with autism and individuals with schizophrenia.

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Exercise May Tone Up Women’s Bodies and Minds

Center for BrainHealth founder and chief director, Dr. Sandra Chapman comments on a recently published study looking at how exercise impacts the brain of young women.

Alzheimer’s organization announces six Dallas-area grant recipients

The Center for BrainHealth has been selected to receive a grant from the Alzheimer's Women’s Association for Resources and Education.

Wounded Marine: Why American Sniper’s Chris Kyle Was a Real Hero

Brain Performance Institute Warrior Relations Specialist and retired U.S. Marine Corps Cpl. Jacob Schick shares how the blockbuster film 'American Sniper' can make a difference in the lives of warriors, their families, and the American public.