Analyzing brain patterns may help neuroscientists increase people’s confidence, reduce fear

Christelle Snow/UCLA Study subjects were conditioned to fear certain color patterns, but researchers found that small rewards got them to subconsciously overcome those fears. A new technique of analyzing brain patterns appears to help people overcome fear and build self-confidence. The approach, developed by a UCLA-led team of neuroscientists, is described in two new papers, published in the journals Nature Communications and Nature Human Behaviour. Their method could have implications for treating people with depression, dementia and anxiety disorders, including post-traumatic stress disorder, said Hakwan Lau, a UCLA associate professor of psychology and the senior author of both studies. It could also play a role in improving leadership training for executives and managers. In the Nature Human Behaviour study, the researchers showed that they could reduce the brain’s manifestation of…


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