Did you know that up to 12% of Americans will experience clinically significant social anxiety over the course of their lifetime? That’s a lot of Americans–especially so for anyone who has personally suffered from the symptoms of social anxiety disorder. Intriguingly, a recent study of adolescents with social anxiety showed that maps of brain connectivity–how activity in one region of the brain influences activity in other regions–were powerful predictors of how well the adolescents would respond to therapy for their condition:
In fact, connectivity maps were up to five times better than traditional tools at predicting response to therapy. At Neurologics, we are excited to take full advantage of the avalanche of science that enables us to use our advanced Brain Mapping technology to craft truly customized treatments for our clients. Come learn more at https://neurologics.com/.