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دوشنبه, 28 آبان 1386 ساعت 08:09
Stress contributes to depression by killing new nerve cells

in the hippocampus, the area that processes learning, memory and emotion.
Research suggests that in young rats, the stress of encountering older, aggressive rats didn't stop the creation of new brain nerve cells, the first step in a process called neurogenesis. However, this form of stress did prevent many new nerve cells from surviving, which left the young rats with fewer neurons for processing feelings and emotions.

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