The stressed brain… Impacts on work, business and cognition

Popular media suggest that modern society is afflicted by stress: Google yields 154,000,000 hits for ‘stress’  and 36,700,000 hits for ‘stress epidemic’. Current EU estimates suggest work-related stress (defined as “a pattern of emotional, cognitive, behavioural and physiological reactions to adverse and noxious aspects of work content, work organisation and work environment. Stress is caused by… Read More

The subiculum: what it does, what it might do, and what neuroanatomy has yet to tell us.

Take-home message: a combined review and theory, presenting some ideas on the functions of the subiculum. I argue that there is a dorso-ventral segregation of function within the subiculum: the dorsal component appears principally concerned with the processing of information about space, movement and memory, whereas the ventral component appears to play a major regulatory role… Read More