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A significant portion of therapy clients are couples, and there
are several different therapeutic approaches to meet their
Folate, a B vitamin, breaks down homocysteine, which may be
associated with depression. Because of this it has been tested as
a possible treatment, but the results have been mixed and more
research is needed.
A study of the medications given to patients with schizophrenia
finds that the newer drugs do not offer enough additional
benefits over first-generation drugs to offset the increased
Researchers speculate that romantic love functions as one part of
the brain's system for managing reproduction, by providing a
bridge or connection between seeking a mate and rearing
Experiments indicate that thinking about money makes people less
inclined to help others, and more likely to want to be alone.
Who is helped most by transference interpretations?