A Neural Response to “Trigger” Stimuli in PTSD?

A new paper in the prestigious Journal of Neuroscience makes some exciting claims about the neurobiology of PTSD – but are the methods solid?

Canadian researchers Mišić et al. used magnetoencephalography (MEG) to measure neural activity in four groups: traumatized Canadian soldiers, non-traumatized soldiers, civilians with mild traumatic brain injury, and healthy civilians. They found that
Soldiers with PTSD display inter-regional hypersynchrony at high frequencies (80–150 Hz), as well a

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