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THE MAIN THREE NETWORKS OF THE BRAIN:

  SN (salience network):  the network focused on here DMN (default mode network) –self-referential;  it is activated during social reasoning, such as when we think about our own and/or others’ minds. signals from AI influence DMN; CEN (central executive network) – key nodes in PPC (posterior parietal cortex); maintenance and manipulation of information and decision-making ; OTHER

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A FEW IMPORTANT RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN MEDICINE and psychiatry.

If you are skeptical, google them.  Google Scholar is usually best. When I have time, I will add references.  Very low dose lithium almost certainly reduces the risk of Alzheimer’s– and prevents cognitive decline. Even 5 mg once a week is probably of benefit, though I would advocate 5 mg per day or 150 mg

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How to Talk to a Psychiatrist?
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How to Talk to a Psychiatrist?

Hello there! I’m Dr. Robert D. McMullen, and I have been treating patients as a psychiatrist for over 35 years. I work mainly in psychopharmacology and Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation, TMS. I attended the Georgetown University for medical school and specialized in psychiatry at Columbia Presbyterian, both located in the USA. I currently see clients at

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What does a psychiatrist do?
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What does a psychiatrist do & Which conditions does a psychiatrist treat?

Our New York City Psychiatrist Robert D. McMullen, MD will speak in this video about: What kinds of conditions does a psychiatrist treat? What does a psychiatrist do? Welcome! I’m Dr. Robert D. McMullen, and I have been in practice as a psychiatrist for over 35 years. I attended Georgetown University for medical school and

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