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Tracey Shors



Tracey Shors is an American neuroscientist and professor on behavioral and systems neuroscience and psychology. She was part of the initial studies on neurogenesis and developed MAP training, which combines physical exercise with meditation.

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Speaking of Psychology: Keeping Your Brain Fit Episode 28

Much like in our arms or legs, our brain’s “muscles” can rebuild and grow if they’re given the right exercise. In this episode, neuroscientist Tracey Shors talks about how her research has led her to explore links between physical and mental exercise.

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Dr. Tracey Shors—Neurogenesis in the Adult Brain

Neurogenesis is the process by which new neurons are populated in the brain. Dr. Tracey Shors’ research investigates the concept of adult neurogenesis, which was previously thought to be non-existent.

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A Trip Down Memory Lane About Sex Differences in the Brain

Scientific studies funded by the United States government must now include both males and females as experimental subjects. This is a welcomed change for those of us who have been reporting on sex differences for decades.

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Map Train My Brain Video with Dr. Tracey Shors 2019

Mental And Physical (MAP) Training: combine meditation and aerobic exercise to reduce depression, anxiety and trauma. Keep your brain fit for life with MAP TRAIN MY BRAIN!

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Do Sex Differences in Rumination Explain Sex Differences in Depression?

It is generally accepted that women are more likely to experience depression if they ruminate; but do sex differences in rumination explain the high incidence of depression in women?

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