Forbes (11/4, DiSalvo) reports that in a review study published in JAMA Psychiatry, “researchers analyzed a trove of brain scans – more than 9,000 from 226 previous functional imaging studies – that compared the brain activity of healthy adults to those diagnosed with mood or anxiety disorders.” The article says that it was “the largest brain imaging study of its kind,” and the researchers may have uncovered “the reason why people with anxiety and mood disorders so often feel unable to escape negative thoughts and emotions.” (SOURCE: APA Headlines)