Motivation, decision-making, and telling our stories anyway
Leili Mortazavi had hoped to present her research at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience (SfN) in November 2018, but due to a travel restriction was not able to join her colleagues in the United States to present her work.
New research: Previous motherhood could affect hormone therapy’s ability to prevent memory loss
Researchers have established that the foggy feeling and forgetfulness that many new mothers report during and after pregnancy—known as “mom brain”— is real. But new findings from Dr. Liisa Galea, a professor in UBC’s department of psychology, suggest that the effect of motherhood on the brain appears to last much longer after childbirth than previously believed.