Behavioural Sciences

Writing a daily diary can literally change your brain

Research leader Christina Karns says that the journaling recalibrated the neural value of altruism. Image: REUTERS/Catherine Benson

Jim Barlow

Director of Science, Research and Internal Communications, University of Oregon

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