Julia Medew Melbourne researchers have discovered that people with anorexia subtly move their eyes in a jerky fashion, boosting hopes they have found a new part of the brain on which to test experimental treatments. on.
John Elder People with bipolar disorder often experience amplified emotions, and consequently struggle in their inter-personal relations. They can also appear self-absorbed, resistant to reason and don't seem to care how people around them feel. New Melbourne-based research, however,has found sufferers have a significant difficulty -- or at least a reduced ability -- in recognising emotions in other people's faces.